No OS: Launcher previews the phone’s surface (1)

Image: nothing

In March, nothing was announced about the phone (1), which details are not known except for the Snapdragon platform, and promised to preview the reduced Android surface of the future smartphone with Nothing OS. Starting today, Nothing Launcher is available as a beta version on the Google Play Store.

Preview your design language with Launcher

Android users can preview Nothing OS graphics and animations accompanied by “Distinctive design languageIt should be standardized. With Max Icons and Max Folders Nothing OS offers a new Android feature that allows to maximize app folders and app icons. Apps can be launched directly from the folder, with the most used app appearing at the top of the folder. It has already been revealed The design of the dot matrix clock and weather widgets when the phone was announced (1), although the position of the clock on Nothing OS shouldn’t change when switching from the lock screen to the home screen.

None Launcher (Beta) - Home Screen
nil launcher (beta) – home screen (image: nil)
None Launcher (Beta) - Icons
None Launcher (Beta) – Icons (Image: None)
None Launcher (Beta) - Widget
nil launcher (beta) – widget (image: nil)
Steps to install Nothing Launcher:
  1. Download Nothing Launcher (Beta) from Google Play Store
  2. Go to “Settings > Applications > Default Applications > Start Application” on the smartphone
  3. Select None Launcher

In a video, nothing explains installing the trial version of Nothing Launcher.

At launch only on Samsung S21/S22 and Google Pixel 5 and 6

Initially, the launcher can only be used on a few smartphones, namely Samsung Galaxy S21 and S22 and Google Pixel 5 and 6 (Pro). OnePlus smartphones will also be supported soon, but they cannot be used initially.

Feedback is required

In order to improve Nothing OS until the launch of the phone (1), nothing asks for feedback and improvement suggestions about the player on the Discord server or by email in the player ~~ Nothing.

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