Carl Pei’s Nothing brand has announced their next version of TWS earbuds as Nothing Ear (2). The newly launched wireless earbuds from the company arrive as the successor to their previous version, the Nothing Ear (1). The latest variant of TWS earbuds comes with several upgrades over its predecessor in terms of performance and battery.
The design hasn’t taken any much leap and continues the same signature transparent aesthetics from its predecessor and Nothing Phone (1). Besides, the semi-transparent design exposes the internal components of the wireless earbuds. Furthermore, the buds include press controls for skipping through songs, volume change, and ANC controls.
Let’s check the features, complete specifications, pricing, and availability of the Nothing Ear (2) Truly Wireless Earbuds.
Nothing Ear (2) TWS Earbuds Specifications
Regarding the drivers, the Ear (2) buds from Nothing come with 11.6mm dynamic drivers that provide enhanced treble, deep bass, and more precise vocals drastically. Moreover, the dual-chamber design gives a smooth airflow for enhanced sound quality.
The buds feature support for Hi-Res audio and the LHDC 5.0 codec technology that amplifies details in the sounds The audio codec provided on the buds features a frequency transfer of up to 24 bit/192 kHz at speeds of up to 1 Mbps.
The Active Noise Cancellation feature of the Nothing Ear (2) has customization options according to ear canal shape. These personalized preferences help for the best noise reduction for up to 40 dB and the Adaptive Mode takes it to next level. The microphones’ Clear Voice technology has received a significant improvement for clearer and background noise-free calls.
The dual connection capability enables you to simultaneously connect the Ear (2) to two devices and even easily swap between them. The Personal Sound Profile comes as an additional intriguing feature. Basically, the Nothing X app takes your hearing test and, based on the findings, adjusts the equalization settings to provide you with a customized audio experience.
For quicker pairing, Google Quick Pair and Microsoft’s Swift Pair are supported with the Nothing Ear (2). Moreover, there’s a game option that exists to provide minimal latency, which is useful for playing video games.
The earbuds support rapid charging, which may provide 8 hours of listening time in 10 minutes. The buds are touted to have a playing length of roughly 36 hours on a single charge (without ANC). Lastly, the earbuds support 2.5W wireless charging and reverse charging if made with the Nothing phone (1).
Price and Availability
Priced at Rs 9,999, the Nothing Ear (2) comes with a little more expensive cost than the Ear (1). For comparison, the Ear (1) was introduced at Rs 5,999. The ANC-enabled earbuds compete with the likes of Oppo Enco X2, OnePlus Buds Pro 2, and more.
Starting on March 28, customers will be able to purchase the TWS in India. The buds will go on sale through Flipkart, select offline retailers, and even Myntra (as part of a recent partnership).
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