Hahaha all the suckers that bought into the hype

uzername, 46 minutes agoI’ll have to disagree with you. Battery doesn’t deteriorate due to seeds of update. … moreWell said. This is a very clear and thought-out statement.

Big L.

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Nothing surprising

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TheLastOracle, 44 minutes agoWhat year did the S9 come out in? Does not matter.

If you do not complain about that, cant complain now.

Samsung has much more money and more employees to work on this.

Why did samsung deserve free pass?

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TheLastOracle, 44 minutes agoWhat year did the S9 come out in? 2018

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Basically Carl Pei said is, the update will be like any other Chinese phone manufacturer in which you will get your Android 13 sometimes mid or later year of 2023 😆

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You get NOTHING! You lose! Good day, Sir!

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Anonymous, 2 hours agoSamsung before S10 used to provide new android by march/april.
Ppl did not complain.
What year did the S9 come out in?

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The Flip, 1 hour agoIt’s actually not a big deal because updating software isn’t a big deal like it used… moreI’ll have to disagree with you. Battery doesn’t deteriorate due to seeds of update. What degrades it or butcher (in your word) is the constant cycle of discharge or charging that over time begins to conform to its intended downgrade. Also, updates, proven more ways than none help to upkeep the ever so threats that plague the security sphere, potentially leading to breaches and leakages of confidential Infos with a plethora of other useful benefits like UI remodeling.

Surely you wouldn’t prefer online ghouls getting assimilated with major OS refrained from getting updates to strengthen its cracks?

And pls don’t jump on that conspiracy wagon of it rarely happens or that’s what big cooperation wants us to think etc.

Nothing Phone postponding updating to the latest will likely decline in their product demands being the new kid in the block

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Sorry for buyers. You will regret.

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Anonymous, 49 minutes agoThey did not.

“Better having late stable update and fast buggy one ” was used f… more
Of course they complained! That’s why Samsung changed their update scheme.

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Sonu4678, 1 hour ago“People didn’t complain”
Are you kidding me?!
They did not.

“Better having late stable update and fast buggy one ” was used for many times.

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Shadocx, 1 hour agoIndeed, but Nothing released only one phone, plus it’s close to stock Android, they have … moreFixing the bugs google does not.

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Anonymous, 1 hour agoCarl Pei is a master at marketing. He fooled enthusiasts once with Never Settle and Clearer Ph… moreAnd people were saying Carl Pei left OnePlus because Pete Lau was evil…

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Anonymous, 2 hours agoSamsung before S10 used to provide new android by march/april.
Ppl did not complain.
“People didn’t complain”

Are you kidding me?!

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“Nothing has said the Android 13 update for the Phone (1) will only arrive in the first half of 2023, meaning any time between January and June”

They don’t even have someone to do the update, do they?

No really, there were some companies in the past that had very late updates of new Android version, because they had like 1 guy do the updates for a half dozen of phones.

And here we have the “over hyped” phone that doesn’t get the updates for at least 4 months, their only phone mind you.

Absolutely not surprised, I don’t have any hate against the company (yet) but this all feels like a s***show.

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Anonymous, 2 hours agoSamsung before S10 used to provide new android by march/april.
Ppl did not complain.
Indeed, but Nothing released only one phone, plus it’s close to stock Android, they have 0 excuse to take all this time to update it.

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While I still use Android 11 on my OnePlus 7T and major updates become less important – I would feel disappointed that Nothing is basically Stock android and I need to wait half a year.

It’s actually not a big deal because updating software isn’t a big deal like it used to be. You got maybe iPhone owners bragging about their 5-years of software updates but then by Year 3 or 4, battery life gets butchered thanks to it. Most Android owners don’t even know what version they’re on.

I’m planning to stay on Android 11 for as long as possible. Treat it like Windows XP that was still being used for 10 years. Updating software is extremely overrated and overkill. And if you have to wait 6 months later, who cares? No need to rush. Let the early bugs clear out.

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