Nothing’s first product which was TWS earbuds, the Nothing Ear (1) was introduced last year. The device achieved wide acceptance thanks to its distinctive transparent design. The company recently announced to launch of Nothing Stick truly wireless stereo earbuds (TWS). Ahead of the official announcement images of the Nothing Ear 2 earbuds have been posted online suggesting another upcoming announcement. The alleged rendering of the upcoming Nothing Ear 2 truly wireless stereo (TWS) earphones has revealed their appearance and a few of their features.
Nothing is apparently getting ready to introduce a new set of earphones that are expected to replace the Nothing Ear 1. Online renderings of the upcoming TWS earbuds have appeared, revealing some of their features and design. It is important to note that the company has not yet disclosed its plans for releasing the Nothing Ear 2 earphones.
According to the renders, the alleged TWS earbuds have a semi-transparent design.
The Nothing Ear 2 TWS earphones leaked images further suggest the TWS will have a partially transparent case and the logo on the stem which says Nothing replaced with “Ear (2)”. Additionally, a partially translucent design for the charging case is displayed.
Nothing ear (1) TWS earbuds specifications
Advanced bass, midrange, and treble performance is provided by the 1.6mm dynamic driver and spacious air chamber of the Nothing ear (1) TWS earbuds. The device has vents for pressure relief and a transparent design. The earbuds have two ANC modes: max mode and light mode. Three high-definition microphones are also included in the Ear 1 to improve audio quality.
5 hours of listening time and an extra 34 hours of playtime with the case are provided by Nothing Ear 1 runs. The power case quickly charges the earbud and supports wireless charging. The Nothing earphone has received IPX4 certification for resistance to sweat and dust. Additionally, Google Fast Pair functionality is available, which establishes an immediate connection with supported devices. The ear (1) app, which is available for both iOS and Android devices, provides access to a customised equaliser, gesture control, and the Find My Earbuds functionality.
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