Surprise! Nothing Phone 1 will soon get Android 14 Beta 1 early access | Mobile News

Surprise! Nothing Phone 1 will soon get Android 14 Beta 1 early access

Nothing Phone 1 is going to be among the first non-Google smartphones to get the early access to Android 14 Beta 1.

| Updated on: May 02 2023, 20:30 IST
Nothing Phone (1): Here it is in all its “black and white” glory, check out its cool lights!
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1/7 Nothing Phone (1) leaks in an all black colour theme, similar to the Nothing ear (1) earbuds. It retains the white GLYPH notification lights. (WinFuture)
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2/7 Nothing Phone (1) has flat sides similar to the ones on the iPhone 13. Even the button placements are similar. (WinFuture)
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3/7 Nothing Phone (1) is expected to feature a 6.5-inch 120Hz OLED display with an in-display fingerprint sensor. The bezels are uniform on all the sides.  (WinFuture)
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4/7 Nothing Phone (1) will feature a 50MP and 16MP dual camera setup on the rear, while the front camera will have a 16MP sensor. The phone will also have a red LED indicator at the back when video recording is switched on.  (WinFuture)
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5/7 Nothing Phone (1) can do wireless charging to fill up the 4500mAh battery, say the rumours. There will also be a 45W wired charging solution, the charger for which will have to be bought separately. (WinFuture)
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6/7 Nothing Phone (1) will come with Nothing OS 12 based on Android 12. Nothing has already promised three OS updates. (Nothing)
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7/7 Nothing Phone (1) has been spotted with Snapdragon 778G+ chipset in the wild. The phone will also come with up to 256GB storage and possibly up to 12GB RAM. (Nothing)
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Nothing Phone 1 users will get to experience the Android 14 Beta 1 update. (Representative Image) (Unsplash )

Nothing created a buzz when it introduced its first-ever smartphone Nothing Phone 1 in July 2022. The smartphone maker offered one of the most innovative back panels on a smartphone with a transparent design and glyph interface, a dot matrix font, and price-competitive hardware to woo the consumers. And now, the smartphone has again given users something to cheer for after it recently announced that Nothing Phone 1 will soon get Android 14 Beta 1 access, making it among the first smartphones to get the update.

The big announcement was made by Carl Pei, the founder of Nothing. In a recent tweet, he said, “Early access to Android 14 Beta 1 just dropped. Thanks @Android and @Google, very excited about what Nothing has coming in 2023”. So far, only the Google Pixel smartphones have early access to the Android 14 Beta 1 version. It can be tested on Google Pixel 4 and later devices. At this point, it is not sure when non-Pixel smartphones will get access to it, but it is likely to be after the Google I/O event on May 10.

Nothing Phone 1 to get Android 14 soon

In its official announcement, Nothing stated that the company is committed to bringing the latest technology to its users and community and it has been working closely with Google to deliver a great user experience.

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Nothing has not announced any date for the release of Android 14 Beta 1 to Nothing Phone 1, but it has stated that more details will be shared ‘in due course'. Notably, Nothing Phone 2 is also expected to be launched later this year and it can come with Android 14 out-of-the-box. Nothing Phone 2 can also feature the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen chipset and offer big upgrades in the camera and display departments.

Based on leaks and reports, it appears that Android 14 will not be a major update and will only bring incremental improvements and changes to the existing framework. Google recently moved to its Material You themes and has been trying to make it more customizable. Some new privacy features, a transparent navigation bar, and some other smaller new features are still possible when Google introduces it in the upcoming event.

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First Published Date: 02 May, 20:27 IST