Nothing Phone (1): Android 13 won’t be there in 2022, Reasons

Nothing Phone (1): In the next months, a few smartphone manufacturers want to provide Android 13 with a few models of phones, but it seems that Nothing doesn’t want to compete.

Nothing phone owners won’t get Android 13 when it’s released. The business has no plans to provide the current Android OS in 2022, so Nothing Phone (1) customers shouldn’t panic. Android 13 comes next year.

Few smartphone makers intend to provide Android 13 in the future months, but Nothing isn’t participating. The firm hopes to fine-tune Android 13 with Nothing’s hardware before releasing a stable version in 2022.

Nothing Phone (1)

“We’re continually improving Phone 1’s user experience.” To accomplish so, frequent OS upgrades will be downloadable. Android 13 will debut for Phone 1 in 2023. Before release, we’ll fine-tune Nothing’s software update. “We’ll keep you posted.”, Nothing stated

Nothing Phone (1): Confirmation from Nothing

Nothing confirms smartphones will get Android 13 in 2023’s first half. The upgrade might come between January and June. The Nothing Phone (1) runs Android 12 and will receive three years of major OS and four years of security upgrades. The Nothing phone should have Android 14 OS.

If Nothing releases the newest Android software and security upgrades on schedule and without glitches, this might benefit the brand. OnePlus was praised for its consistent upgrades and bloatware-free UI.

The Nothing Phone (1) started at Rs 32,999 in India. It’s now more expensive. The smartphone costs Rs 33,999 on Flipkart. Those who didn’t purchase it during the launch ceremony must pay Rs 1,000 more. Also, offers. The gadget has a 6.55-inch 120Hz OLED screen, 4,500mAh battery, Snapdragon 778G+ CPU, and more.

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