Nothing OS 2.0.2 brings a host of improvements to Nothing Phone 2’s Camera

Nothing has been actively working on improving the overall experience on the Phone 2. The company released the first update for the phone on the release day. The first incremental update adds a number of new features to the device. Today, the company has released another gradual software upgrade for the Phone 2, further refining the camera performance and addressing several issues to enhance the user experience.

Nothing OS 2.0.2 is quite small in size, weighing only 98MB in size. The update brings a new feature that can shut down apps when the device reaches its temperature limit, added different icons for Nothing audio products to control volume, new visual for out-of-battery when device is switched off, July monthly security patch, and more.

The second incremental upgrade also brings a slew of improvements to the camera, including better performance in low-light conditions, enhanced Bokeh effect in portrait mode, faster HDR processing speed, quality improvements in 50MP mode, better stability while recording videos, and more.

The update addresses a number of known issues which include the double tap to wake not responsive sometimes, the Bluetooth Quick Settings tile not responsive sometimes, Amended issues with Dirac Audio, and more.

Here’s the complete list of changes coming with the Nothing OS 2.0.2 to Phone 2.

  • Front Camera
    • Enhanced photo clarity
    • Improved quality in low-light settings
    • Faster HDR processing speed
  • Rear Camera
    • Enhanced photo clarity in 50 MP Mode
    • Optimised stability and contrast when recording videos on the rear camera
    • Improved photo quality in low-light settings
    • Improved the contrast and Bokeh effect when shooting in Portrait Mode
    • Optimised the clarity of faces when shooting in Portrait Mode
    • Faster HDR processing speed
  • New Features
    • Feature that can shut down apps when the device reaches its temperature limit
    • Refined the out-of-battery visual when device is switched off
    • Added different icons for each of the Nothing audio products to volume control
    • Updated to Google’s July security patch
  • Improvements
    • Reworked haptic feedback strength when typing
    • Improved responsiveness of the touch panel under certain conditions
    • Improved reliability of network for multiple global carriers
    • Enhanced performance of some games when played in HDR
    • Improved system stability
  • Solutions
    • Amended issues with Dirac Audio
    • Resolved an issue affecting Google Wallet functioning in cloned apps
    • Fixed an issue causing ‘double tap to wake’ to be unresponsive at times
    • Resolved an issue causing the Bluetooth Quick Settings tile to be unresponsive at times
    • Other general bug fixes

If you own the Nothing Phone 2, then you can head over to Settings > System > System Update and install the latest update on your device.

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