Nothing Phone 2 is receiving the Nothing OS 2.0.3 firmware update. This new software update brings several improvements and changes, including a new compass widget, Zomato glyph progress, and a new UI for Pocket Mode. Phone 2 users who receive the update will also not get the August 2023 Android security patch. The smartphone was launched in July with Nothing OS 2.0 based on Android 13 out of the box and received the Nothing OS 2.0.2a update last month.

Nothing is rolling out Nothing OS 2.0.3 update to Nothing Phone 2, which contains new changes and the August 2023 security patch. After updating to the latest firmware, users will have access to a new compass widget that is said to provide more detailed navigation. The latest update will bring support for Zomato in Glyph’s progress bar and improve OTG compatibility. Additionally, users will see a new UI for Pocket mode.

Nothing OS 203 Nothing OS 2.0.3 Change Log

Additionally, according to the official changelog, the latest firmware update is said to improve the screen recorder’s capture resolution. Other improvements include better Bluetooth connection stability and NFC stability as well as improved tactile feedback. We can confirm that the update is rolling out as our review department has received it in India.

The package size of Nothing OS 2.0.3 is 130 MB. Nothing Phone 2 users can manually check if the update is available on their phone by visiting Settings > System > System Updates.

Nothing Phone 2 was launched in India in July 2023. The smartphone comes with Nothing OS 2 for the first time, and the company promises three years of Android OS updates and four years of security patches. The phone is powered by Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. The smartphone comes with a slightly updated LED Glyph interface for notifications from multiple apps. It comes with a dual rear camera setup that includes two 50-megapixel sensors.


Will Nothing Phone 2 be the successor to Phone 1, or will the two coexist? We discuss the company’s recently launched phones and more on the latest episode of the Orbital Gadgets 360 podcast.Tracks are available for Spotify, Ghana, Gio Savin, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music And wherever you get your podcasts.
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