Nothing announces Nothing OS 2.5.3 update for Phone (2a): Enhanced Camera, Performance and New Widgets

Just a few days ago, Nothing launched its budget-category smartphone in the Indian and global markets, called the Nothing Phone (2a). And the phone is all set to go on sale starting tomorrow. Ahead of its open sale, Nothing has now announced a new Nothing OS 2.5.3 update for the Phone (2a).

Here is more to it:


As per the information, several camera improvements have been added in this update. As per the changelog, there is new support for Ultra XDR. The camera app performance has been enhanced with improvements in HDR and colour saturation. Through this update, you can expect the front camera to have better clarity.

Nothing has also made several improvements in the performance of this smartphone with this new update. As per the changelog, there will be enhanced background app performance and improved touch-screen experience. There is also a haptic level setting that has been added. You can also see an overall refinement of the user interface and animations.

Recently, Carl Pei announced a discreet call recording feature for the Nothing Smartphones and this has been added via this update. Not only this you will also get to see two additional widgets for Camera and Battery.

Those who are looking to update this smartphone can go to Settings > System > System Update.

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