Nothing Phone (1) update just increased maximum brightness

Nothing Phone (1) update just increased maximum brightness. While Nothing has been slow to release Android 13 for its Phone (1), the company has not been slow to provide a steady stream of minor upgrades to the product. We now have Nothing OS 1.1.6, the most recent version. This adds compatibility for Google’s ARCore and 5G on Jio in India.


The update promises more stable and transparent recordings from the camera and a recording light indication that is permanently on. There should be less lag while using the Launcher now that the battery percentage and NFC sound effect have been improved. It is unknown whether or not the maximum brightness has been raised while showing HDR material.

While the panel’s maximum brightness was marketed as 1,200 nits in August, testing revealed that it seldom exceeded 600. There was no more elaboration that the technology could handle such brightness. Thus it was programmed to max out at 700 nits for “a balanced user experience regarding heat and energy usage.”


Nothing Phone (1) update just increased maximum brightness.

This limit seems to have been lifted or increased somewhat with the newest version. An enhanced, “more reactive,” Flip to Glyph motion and a Glyph charging light that is “synced to sound effect” round out the list of changes made to the Glyph system.

The standard “generic bug fixes” are stated, albeit never explicitly specified. The update might take a few days to filter down to all the units in the wild since these things tend to be sent out in phases. When you do receive it, it’ll be a 62MB download.

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