Nothing Phone (1) receives latest software update: OS 2.0.4 release


1. Nothing is good at distributing updates to its phones, keeping them up to date.
2. The latest version of Nothing OS is version 2.0.4, which includes a new Photo widget and a secret app drawer.
3. The update weighs only 58MB and also brings bug fixes and stability improvements.

# Nothing OS 2.0.4 Arrives on Nothing Phone (1)

Nothing, the company known for its limited smartphone lineup, is ensuring that its phones are kept up to date with the latest software. The Nothing Twitter account recently announced the arrival of Nothing OS 2.0.4 on the Nothing Phone (1).

## Introducing Nothing OS 2.0.4

Nothing OS 2 is the latest version of the company’s mobile operating system, based on Android 13. It brings significant changes to the software, thanks to the increased resources available during its development. Nothing is actively working on further improvements to the software.

## Nothing Phone (1) Gets the Latest Software

Although it may not be the newest model, the Nothing Phone (1) is still receiving updates, despite being only a year old. This includes the rollout of the latest software, Nothing OS 2.0.4, which comes with some exciting changes.

## Keep an Eye Out for the OTA Update

The official Nothing Twitter page announced that the update will be released today. If you own the Nothing Phone (1), be on the lookout for the Over-the-Air (OTA) update. If it hasn’t reached your device yet, don’t fret. It may take some time before it becomes available for everyone.

## What to Expect from Nothing OS 2.0.4

The update is relatively small, weighing in at only 58MB. One of the new features is a Photo widget that allows you to display your favorite photos on both your home screen and lock screen, essentially acting as a photo album for your phone.

## Secret App Drawer and Other Improvements

Another exciting addition in this update is the introduction of a secret app drawer. By swiping left in the regular app drawer, you can access the hidden app drawer where you can place apps that you want to keep separate from the main app list. Additionally, the update includes bug fixes and stability improvements to enhance the overall user experience.

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