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Those people who are patiently ready for Nothing’s first smartphone can now exam the Practically nothing Launcher. As promised, this launcher capabilities some of the one of a kind style and design language (primarily fonts and widgets) of the impending “Nothing OS.”
Sad to say, the Almost nothing Launcher is still in Beta and is only supported by a handful of phones. It also feels very incomplete, like a modest reskin of the stock Android launcher. The only apparent big difference, apart from the widgets and certifiably unattractive wallpaper, are the menu fonts (which have the exact dot-matrix glance of Nothing’s advertising substance).
There’s just 1 notable function below. Practically nothing Launcher lets you enlarge the icons for person apps on your household screen. So, if you have at any time required the Twitter application icon to just take up a quarter of your screen, this is the launcher for you.
Nothing’s oddly-named Telephone (1) really should go on sale sometime this summertime. According to founder Carl Pei, the Nothing OS “captures the finest features of pure Android, distilling the working program to just the essentials.” It appears suspiciously equivalent to the Oxygen OS that OnePlus works by using in its devices—Carl Pei co-launched OnePlus, by the way.
Pick products, together with the Galaxy S22, can install the Practically nothing Launcher Beta from the Google Play Retail store. Oh, and Almost nothing despatched us a Dropbox folder of additional wallpapers and ringtones (made by Teenage Engineering)—feel free to down load these property for your telephone.