Nothing Phone now lets users secretly record calls, here’s how


Nothing, the innovative tech company founded by Carl Pei, has announced the addition of a new feature that allows users to discreetly record phone calls, without alerting other participants on the call. Carl Pei announced the launch of this feature on X, formerly known as Twitter. According to Pei, Nothing Phone users, including owners of the Nothing Phone 1, Phone 2 or the newly launched Phone 2A, can now access discreet call recording through the new Recorder widget integrated into the Nothing Phone.

Previously, users wanting to record phone calls on the Nothing device had to rely on the default recording option in Google Dialer. However, this method will alert all parties on the call that the conversation is being recorded, as is the case with call recording on Android phones. However, with the new Recorder widget, users can start recording a call without notifying others on the call. This feature can be found in the new Recorder widget on Nothing’s Phone.

Pei emphasized that this feature was highly requested by Nothing’s user community. While discreet call recording has raised concerns about potential misuse, Pei clarified that the feature is intended to protect users from unwanted scenarios. Apart from the discreet call recording feature, Pei revealed that Nothing is also working on revamping the notification panel on his phones. Although no details have been provided regarding the changes, the announcement hints at further improvements that may be coming soon to enhance the user experience on Nothing devices.

Additionally, Nothing has recently launched its new Phone 2A smartphone, which is priced under Rs 25,000. This is the most affordable 5G phone from the brand and the device will cost you Rs 23,999. The first sale of the device will take place on March 12 and interested people can purchase it from Flipkart, Croma and Vijay Sales as well as other retail outlets. HDFC Bank cardholders can claim an instant discount of Rs 2,000, effectively bringing the price down to Rs 21,999. As per the details provided by the company, there is also an additional Rs 2,000 exchange offer on the device if you are planning to avail the regular exchange offer.

The recently launched CMF Neckband Pro by Nothing went on sale earlier today and the wireless earbuds will be priced at Rs 1,999 in India. However, it is on sale at a starting price of Rs 1,799. There is no information as to when this offer will end.

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