Nothing has launched its next-generation wireless earbuds, Ear (2), at a price of Rs 9,999 in India. The TWS will be available to order from March 28 on Flipkart and Myntra. While the design remains largely the same, Nothing Ear (2) offers new features like Dual Connection, Hi-Res audio with LHDC 5.0 codec support, a personal sound profile, and a slightly higher battery backup.
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Nothing Ear (2) builds on the foundation of its predecessor
Nothing much has changed on the next-gen Ear (2) in terms of the design. The TWS still sports the signature transparent see-through look. The in-ear earbud design is back as well, after skipping the Ear (stick) (review here). The charging case is still made out of plastic but is more compact and lighter than before.
The audio experience has improved on the next-gen Ear (2) with the inclusion of LHDC 5.0 support allowing for Hi-Res audio. While Ear (1) (review here) offered only a handful of equaliser presets, Ear (2) users can create a personal sound profile using the Nothing X app and customise the equaliser settings. The Nothing X app can also perform an ear-tips fit test for the new TWS. Nothing Phone (1) (review here) users can enjoy a low latency mode as well.
Users can change the ANC level on Ear (2). Like its predecessor, the Ear (2) can nullify surrounding sounds up to 40 dB. The new improved clear voice technology now offers 3 dB higher noise cancellation during audio calls. The earbuds can provide up to 6 hours of listening time on a full charge with an additional 30 hours inside the case. The earbuds also come with 2.5W Qi-certified wireless charging.
The new Nothing TWS can now pair with more than one device at the same time, seamlessly switching between them. With Dual Connection, you can pair up to two devices with Nothing Ear (2). The earbuds come with an improved IP54 rating and the charging case gets an IP55 rating as well.
Priced at Rs 9,999, the Ear (2) is Nothing’s most expensive TWS offering yet. The wireless earbuds will go on sale from March 28 and can be ordered from Flipkart and Myntra. They will also be made available for purchase in certain offline stores. Nothing is also expected to come out with a successor to the Phone (1) later this year.
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