Nothing can now be installed on any smartphone with Android 11 or 12. Nothing OS is becoming more widespread

Nothing continues to develop its projects, particularly the Nothing OS Launcher. Recall that it was introduced at the end of April, as a beta version of the Nothing OS shell. That is, now the software can be installed as a launcher, and later the company will release its first smartphone, where the same software will act as a shell.

And while initially Nothing OS could only be tried by owners of the Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S22, Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 6, now the launcher is available for all smartphones with Android 11 and Android 12.

The support expansion is part of a fresh update created based on user feedback. The update contains a number of changes, but the developers don’t particularly share details, focusing primarily on the ability to install the software on almost any modern Android smartphone.

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