One of the most unique features of the Nothing Phone device range is its Glyph interface, a LED lighting setup on the rear panel that’s designed to work with different apps, notification setups, and more. As such, Nothing recently announced that it was releasing its Glyph Developer kit to users, allowing for custom setups and more.
Users will be able to use the Nothing Glyph Dev Kit on GitHub to craft their own system integrations, as announced in its official community forums.
“A lucky handful of community members have already been diving into the SDK; providing invaluable feedback, and showcasing new utility and integration possibilities for our iconic Glyph Interface”
“And guess what? Your chance to craft your very own Glyph integrations is here – Head over to GitHub today and you’ll find the repository and support documentation to get started.”
In other recent Nothing news, an image showcasing the design of the Nothing Phone 2a has leaked online, with some key differences to the more “traditional” Nothing Phone design.
An earlier render features a vertical camera setup on the corner of the phone, although an alternate photo with a central camera design is believed to be the more accurate representation of the company’s upcoming budget phone. It’s expected that Nothing might make a further announcement regarding the 2a during MWC 2024, which is scheduled to go live in Barcelona later this month.