The Nothing OS 2.0 update for Nothing Phone 1 has been released. The new firmware ships with improvements for the Glyph Interface, Widgets, Homescreen and also brings some new features.
What’s new in Nothing OS 2.0 update for Nothing Phone 1
Nothing OS 2.0 brings more customization options for the home screen. This includes a new launcher grid layout, options to hide icon labels, customizing folders, layouts and folder covers. The widgets for the clock, weather and quick look have been redesigned. The update introduces a new widget called Quick Settings. The widgets can be added to the lock screen and always-on display.
Glyph Interface 2.0 adds essential notifications, which will glow persistently when an important app or contact sends you a message. Long pressing on the Torch tile in the Quick Settings will light up the Glyph Interface.
You can use the Clone Apps feature to create a second copy of an app, which allows you to use it with multiple accounts. The App Locker is a security option, which, when enabled, will protect apps by asking you to unlock the phone (even if it is unlocked).
Users on Twitter say that the Nothing OS 2.0 update for Nothing Phone 1 weighs about 1 GB in size to download. If you have not received it already, you can manually check for it by heading to the Settings > System > System Update section.