Nothing, a relatively new business that originated with earbuds and subsequently went on to smartphones, is planning to release a new set of earbuds. The Nothing Ear (Stick) will be introduced on October 26 at 15:00 BST, with a long, tube-like shape; however, the company appears to be working on another pair of TWS earbuds, the successor to the Nothing Ear (1), which will most likely be dubbed the Nothing Ear (2). The Nothing Ear (2) design renders have surfaced online, giving us our first glimpse at the upcoming Earbuds.
Nothing Ear (2) With Familiar Design Leaks, Design Revealed
In collaboration with 91Mobiles, popular tipster Kuba Wojciechowski has revealed alleged photos of the upcoming earbuds, which show a semi-transparent casing for the earbuds case and stem. In addition, instead of the Nothing logo, the images feature “Ear (2)” branding on the stem. The device’s shell might be translucent. The Nothing ear (2) is expected to stick with the see-through internals approach. The Ear case (2) appears to be pretty similar to the present model.
The earbuds will include silicone ear tips as well as a stem style. The stem is seen in black colour and has a translucent shell. The Nothing Ear (2) will be the company’s most premium set of Earbuds, replacing the Nothing Ear (1). However, there is no news on when the new Nothing truly wireless earbuds will be available internationally.
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The Nothing Ear Stick true wireless earbuds, on the other hand, will be introduced on October 26 as the company’s third product overall, after the Ear (1) truly wireless earbuds and the Nothing Phone 1. Based on the looks, only the charging case has been significantly redesigned, with a long, tube-like shape that contrasts with the clear boxed shape of the Nothing Ear 1.
The charging case for the Nothing Ear (Stick) may possess a 350mAh battery, while each earbud may have a 36mAh battery. The new TWS earbuds are projected to provide up to 34 hours of listening time on a single full charge. We expect to learn more about the upcoming TWS in the future.
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