None Phone (2) Users can DIY patterns for the LED lights on the back

Nothing will introduce Nothing Phone (2) on July 11th. On the same day, the manufacturer will also launch a new feature. It’s about the Glyph Composer, which allows users to create their own patterns that work with the LED lights on the back of Nothing smartphones.

Nothing Phone (1) users can now choose from different styles of light strips on the back of the case. This lighting can be used for notifications, so users can see who is calling, even when the screen smartphone is on the table. On July 11th, Nothing will release the Glyph author, which gives users more freedom in how these notifications appear.

With Glyph Composer, users can create their own patterns by indicating in the app when the lighting should be turned on or off. Nothing calls for creating your own lighting pattern like Glyph Ringtone. Users may not be able to add sound to the Glyph ringtone themselves, but it is possible to create ringtones using sound packs. For the first soundtrack package, None collaborated with Swedish House Mafia.

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