In tech news, Nothing has recently released a correctional patch, Nothing OS 2.0.2a, addressing camera issues caused by the previous Nothing OS 2.0.2 update for the Phone (2). Now, they've followed up with the release of Nothing OS 2.0.3, which brings a host of improvements and a promised feature.
Nothing Phone 2 now eligible for new Nothing OS update, here's what to see
In the latest update, Nothing OS 2.0.3, users can enjoy several enhancements. A new compass widget has been introduced, allowing users to place it on their home screen for easy access. Additionally, the Glyph interface now supports tracking Zomato order progression, adding convenience for food enthusiasts.
The update also includes quality-of-life improvements, such as an increased Screen Recorder capture resolution, faster keyboard popup animations, and enhanced haptic feedback. More details about the update can be found in the provided changelog.
The official Nothing OS 2.0.3 changelog includes several notable changes:
- Addition of the Compass widget, providing detailed information with a simple swipe.
- Introduction of a new UI to indicate when the device is in pocket mode.
- Integration of Zomato support into Glyph Progress. Users can enable this feature in Settings > Glyph Interface > Glyph Progress.
- An 'OTG Compatibility' toggle has been added in Settings > Connected devices > Connection preferences.
- Various improvements and bug fixes, including enhanced Screen Recorder capture resolution, adjusted keyboard animation speed, improved haptic feedback, NFC and Bluetooth stability enhancements, minor UI adjustments, and bug fixes.
As is customary, the update will be rolled out gradually, so Indian Nothing Phone (2) users can expect to receive it in the coming days. Alternatively, you can manually check for the update by navigating to Settings > System > System update > Download and Install. Stay tuned for these improvements if you're a Nothing Phone (2) user.