Nothing Phone 1’s OS 1.1.6 Update Brings Changes to Glyph Lighting Effect

Nothing Phone (1)

Before its release, Nothing generated a lot of buzz for the Nothing Phone 1. Although the company’s debut product was remarkable and had a distinctive design, the phone’s poor camera performance and restricted availability meant it was never among the top Android phones available. Since the device’s release, the excitement surrounding it has also decreased somewhat. The Carl Pei-founded company hasn’t given up on its original smartphone, either, since frequent software updates help to enhance low-light camera performance and address other flaws. The business is adding more enhancements to the camera and the Glyph user interface with the most recent Nothing OS- OS 1.1.6 version, which is currently rolling out.

The most recent update, which is just over 62MB in size, adds a few new features and enhancements.

The Glyph interface’s behavior has changed as a result of the most recent Nothing OS version. With the LEDs now shining just once, it modifies the Flip to Glyph lighting effect to make it much more understated. Now, the sound effect and the Glyph charging light effect are synced.

It also upgrades the device’s camera to record videos with improved sharpness and stability, adds Google ARCore support, optimizes the Launcher experience, and raises the maximum brightness while viewing HDR content. A new NFC sound effect and a few bug fixes are also included in the update. For the whole changelog, refer to the section below.

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Nothing OS 1.1.6 changelog

Added Features

  • Supports Google AR Core right now.
  • Reliance Jio customers in India can now enjoy 5G.


  • Stabilized videos that are sharper.
  • By default, the recording light indicator is now always on.


  • A more smooth and more optimized Launcher experience.
  • A more precise battery level.
  • When showing HDR content, the maximum brightness has been increased.
  • A more responsive, updated Flip to Glyph animation.
  • The Glyph charging light and sound effects are now synchronized.
  • Updated sound effect for NFC.
  • Broad bug fixes

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