Nothing Phone 1 Android 13 update teased by CEO Carl Pei, beta testing may begin soon

Nothing OS 1.5.0, which is Nothing’s alleged Android 13-based update for its Nothing 1 phone, has been teased by the company’s CEO, Carl Pei. The company official took to the social media platform Twitter to share a screenshot of the About Phone section of a Nothing 1 device running Nothing OS 1.5.0. The screenshot lists the version number of Android based on Android 13, giving users a clear indication of what to expect from the company.

Nothing CEO Carl Pei responded to users commenting on the Nothing OS 1.5.0 teaser asking if there will be an upcoming beta program by saying it’s “coming soon”.

However, the company official did not dwell on revealing more details about the upcoming Nothing OS 1.5.0 open beta program for the Nothing Phone 1. The London-based smartphone brand recently released the Nothing update OS 1.1.6, which included camera improvements. , bug fixes, etc. The update also brought Jio5G support for users in India.

It’s still unclear whether Nothing will take a different trajectory with the Android 13-based Nothing OS 1.5.0 by introducing custom features or stick to providing a rather clean Android experience via the latest update.

However, Nothing Phone 1 users can rest assured that native Android 13 features will make their way to the smartphone, which could significantly improve the user experience on the London-based company’s only smartphone offering. in England.

In August, CEO Carl Pei said the company wouldn’t be rushing the Android 13 update and aimed to deliver a beta version by the end of the year. He also said that a stable version of Android 13 for the Nothing Phone 1 will be released in early 2023.

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