Nothing Phone (2a) update brings camera and general improvements, fixes bugs

Nothing Phone (2a) update brings camera and general improvements, fixes bugs
Nothing is rolling out yet another small update for its mid-range smartphone, the Phone (2a). The latest Nothing OS 2.5.5 includes camera and general improvements, as well as a several of bug fixes. Also, the April security patch is coming to the Nothing Phone (2a) too along with this update.

If you own a Nothing Phone (2a), here are all the changes you should expect to get from the Nothing OS 2.5.5 update:

  • Improved camera color saturation.
  • Optimized blur accuracy in Portrait Mode, as well as overall clarity.
  • Enhanced camera loading speed.

General improvements
  • Updated to April Security Patch.
  • Optimized the Google Assistant wake-up experience.
  • Optimized pop-up view animations to feel more fluid.
  • Increased overall smoothness.
  • Optimized overall gaming experience and performance.

Bug fixes
  • Resolved compatibility issues with some third-party launchers.
  • Fixed stability issues with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections.
  • Fixed an issue where the Night Light feature was ineffective on the lock screen.
  • Optimized the overall stability of the system.

It’s worth mentioning that this is a staggered rollout, which means not all users will receive the update at the same time. Although some users will have to wait a bit longer, the procedure will allow Nothing to monitor for any issue and stop the rollout in case any major problems occur.

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