Nothing Launcher is now available in beta for a limited number of Android phones.

Nothing Launcher is now available on the Google Play Store.

Nothing Launcher is now available in beta for a limited number of Android phones.
Nothing Launcher

Nothing, the startup behind the popular Nothing Ear (1) truly wireless earbuds, has revealed that its first smartphone will be released later this year. Carl Pei, the company's founder, hosted a virtual event in March to discuss the new phone's features and what consumers may anticipate from the brand's first smartphone.

To begin, the phone will be called Nothing Phone (1), and it will be released sometime in Summer (USA), which implies it might be in July, August, or September. Furthermore, Carl stated at the event that the phone will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip and that the software will be Nothing OS. At the event, he also stated that the Nothing OS launcher would be available for some Android phones in April, and today, with only a few days remaining in the month, the business has released the beta version of the Nothing Launcher on Google Play.

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Nothing Launcher is now available on the Google Play Store.

The beta version of the Nothing launcher is now available from the Google Play Store. The installation, however, is limited to a few devices. The launcher is now available for the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S22 series, as well as the Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 6 series. If you own one of the aforementioned phones, you can go to the Play Store right now.

The app is 5.8 Mb in size, and it requires Android 8 or higher to run. In terms of functionality, the Nothing launcher will include a dot-matrix design language, a maximum number of icons, and a maximum number of folders. In addition to these, you get Bespoke Weather and Clock widgets. Additionally, users can enlarge app icons and folders. Finally, the company has announced that customers of OnePlus devices will be able to install the launcher soon.

Nothing Phone (1) will receive three years of Android OS updates and four years of security updates, according to the company.

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