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Nothing Phone (1), the open beta of Android 13 arriving in mid-December

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Nothing Phone (1) is ready to receive the long-awaited update to Android 13. The company led by Carl Pei has announced that the program of open beta testing will officially start at mid-December: to register, simply register on the page you find in FONTE.

The owners of the smartphone launched on the market in July were anxiously awaiting this moment – the less patient ones followed different paths -, after all, Nothing had been clear right away by declaring that the new version of the Google operating system would be released without haste:

While we work 24/7, we don’t rush updates at the expense of user experience. This also applies to Nothing OS based on Android 13, for which we aim to release a beta version later this year, with a stable release in early 2023.

Promise kept, therefore, remembering that Carl Pei has guaranteed 3 years of major updates and 4 of security patches every two months. A few days ago the first screens had emerged, an unequivocal sign that something was moving. And just in these last hours Nothing Phone (1) has received the update to version 1.1.7 still based on Android 12 with UI optimizations.

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Nothing OS 1.5 it can therefore be downloaded in the open beta version by all those who subscribe to the program: the advice, as always, is to make a backup of your data before proceeding with the installation.

Nothing Phone (1) – 8GB RAM + 128GB, Glyph Interface, Dual 50MP Camera, OS, 6.55? 120Hz, Black, A063

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Nothing Phone 1 is available online from eBay at 436 euros. To see the other 15 offers click here. (updated November 30, 2022, 7.10pm)

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