- Nothing’s Glyph Composer has a new sound pack curated by singer and producer Sampha.
- It’s available for both Phone (1) and Phone (2) users.
- The new sound pack can be used to create different ringtones.
Nothing introduced the ‘Glyph Composer’ this year with the Nothing Phone (2). As the name suggests, the Glyph Composer lets you create your own ringtone. Nothing also collaborated with Swedish House Mafia to create a customisable ringtone pack for the Phone (1) and Phone (2). Now, the London-based startup has partnered with singer and producer Sampha for another Glyph Composer sound pack.
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Sampha has created a dedicated sound pack for the Glyph Composer on the Nothing Phone (1) and Phone (2). These are beats curated by Sampha, and can be used to create different ringtones on the Glyph Composer. For those unaware, Sampha is an English singer and producer who has collaborated with artists including Kendrick Lamar, Frank Ocean, Drake, and Kanye West.
The Sampha Sound Pack is available for both the Phone (1) and Phone (2). But to start using it, you’ll need to download the latest version of the Glyph Composer app from the Google Play Store.
For those unaware, the Glyph Composer lets you create your own ringtone that you can use on the Phone (1) and Phone (2). The process is simple as you just have to tap each pad to trigger a different light and sound sequence. Once you’re done creating a sound, press the record button and save your ringtone. Nothing calls this the ‘Glyph Ringtone’, and each one is a mix of five different tones and sound mixes with a duration of up to 10 seconds.
Nothing recently rolled out a new software update for the Phone (2) that finally brought Zomato support in Glyph Progress. This feature essentially uses the Glyph Interface to show a progress bar for orders placed through Zomato. Nothing OS 2.0.3 update also comes with a bunch of bug fixes and other improvements such as the Screen Recorder capture resolution, snappier keyboard popup animation speed, and better haptic feedback.