Last week, nothing unveiled their hype beast of a smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1). The smartphone made a splash when it first came out because of its standout features like the Glyph interface and a respectable list of specifications.
Nothing further made the kernel code and whole device tree available, making it simple for other developers to create unique ROMs for the smartphone.
One of the most well-known developers of custom ROMs, Paranoid Android, has revealed that a custom ROM for the Nothing Phone will be available shortly (1).
We may anticipate a future smooth, reliable, and feature-rich ROM given Paranoid Android’s past performance.
The developers will probably wait at least a few weeks before releasing an alpha (or beta) release of the Paranoid Android Sapphire based on Android 12, given that the device only debuted last week.
The final company supporting custom development is OnePlus, part of the declining custom ROM and modding sector.
Nothing, led by Carl Pei, has adopted the same strategy that OnePlus did while Pei was a member of the latter. This indicates that the Nothing Phone’s warranty will not be voided if the bootloader is unlocked.