Nothing Phone (1) starts getting Android 13 Open Beta update

Nothing Phone (1) Android 13 Open Beta update is preparing for the US launch

The Android 13 Open Beta update for the Nothing Phone (1) is now available, as promised by Carl Pei. The phone’s limited beta update was released last month, in November, and the open beta is ready to go live in two weeks, and Carl Pei announced Nothing Phone (1) Android 13 Open Beta update for the US users is also soon would launch.

“Preparing for a US launch While Android 13 Open Beta is gradually being rolled out in our existing markets, we will be extending it to the US market via a testing program with access to Phone (1). Would love to get feedback from our community there. Stay tuned.”- Carl Pei tweeted. 

Users of Phone (1) get early access to Android 13 thanks to the Open Beta upgrade. Users can try the OS’s functionality and provide feedback if they find any bugs or problems.

However, nothing mentions that defects will inevitably be defects discovered during testing because the program is still in its beta stage and still needs to be completed, not yet complete. Nothing claims that Google Pay and Netflix will work.
If you’re part of the beta program and want to upgrade, click to upgrade and click on Settings>System>System Update. When the update prompt appears, click it, and your Nothing Phone (1) now have Android 13 installed


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