NothingOS 2.0 is likely to come with Android 13

It’s been a year since Carl Pei, formerly co-founder of OnePlus, announced Nothing. And its first product is Ear (1), launched last year with a unique transparent design.

A few months back, Carl Pei’s company announced the launch of its first smartphone, Nothing Phone (1). Five months pumping the hype surrounding the launch of a device that, on balance, enters a market that defines saturated is a big. Nothing Phone (1), the company’s first smartphone, already a leading executive at OnePlus, is finally official. Read more NothingOS 1.1.2 Update – Nothing phone 1 add support third-party charger, new AOD feature, fingerprint animation, and more

However, even before the phone’s launch, the company had made its Nothing launcher available for Android users on the Google Play Store, which brings many new features. (Check Details)

NothingOS Latest Version

During the launch of Nothing Phone 1, Carl Pei confirmed that this phone would get 3 Major Android updates and four years of security patch maintenance.

The Nothing phone 1 comes with Android 12, which is based on NothingOS and it is similar to Google’s stock Android, and is currently updated to the version of NothingOS 1.1.0 through a new OTA that brings many new features and improvements.

NothingOS 2.0

As we know, the Nothing Phone 1 boots on Android 12 and will get Android 13 in the next few months. And according to our latest report, this update may come with NothingOS 2.0 which will carry the features of Android 13. Although there is no official source for this yet, but in the coming days, the company will soon inform about it. Read more Nothing Phone 1 Users Facing Some Bugs & Issues [1st August]

NothingOS 2.0 Release Date

Google will be rolling out the stable version of Android 13 next month, and it is said that Nothing may release Android 13-based NothingOS 2.0 by the end of this year.

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