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None (2) Phone gets its first update Several camera improvements added

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There is no second phone that has not yet debuted in the market and is already receiving its first update. For this first update, nothing has decided to bring improvements to the camera, but a few features are also included.

If you have already ordered the Nothing Phone (2) planned to buy when it goes on sale on July 17, be sure to look for a new update as it brings some significant improvements to the device. Some screenshots posted by GSM Arena She points out that nothing really wants to improve a phone’s camera so much.

First, portrait mode will support 2x zoom. Second, motion capture will be supported in 50MP mode and there’s also a new photo watermark that you can’t choose to use. Other improvements in the update include improved HDR efficiency across the board, as well as improved image clarity when shooting between 4x and 10x.

Finally, improved camera quality when used in third-party apps has also been added, along with reduced lag and improved stability.

A few new features have also been added, such as the Glyph Composer, which can be downloaded from the Play Store. It is used to create and save Glyph ringtones when you feel creative.

Another new feature called Glyph Progress for Uber does exactly what its name suggests. You can check the progress of your next Uber ride through the Glyph interface, although this feature appears to be in beta, so it may not always work as expected.

Other changes included in the update are to the quick settings widget, which allows users to add their most frequently used quick settings tiles directly to the home screen or lock screen. Additionally, widgets can now be added to the lock screen and always-on screen.

Finally, the Nothing Machine ringtones and phone notification sounds (1) have been reworked and tweaked to match the design of the new phone part (2). Also, four new backgrounds have been added and a one-handed mode.

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