Nothing is a brand whose main founder is Pete Lau. This name will surely ring a bell to those who follow the smartphone industry, as he was one of the founders of OnePlus. The company’s first product was a TWS in-ear headphones: the Nothing Ear (1). Now, it appears that the company is working on a new variant of its audio product.
Nothing devices are characterized by a differentiating aesthetic section. So far, both the Nothing Ear (1) like the Nothing Phone (1) they implement transparencies, elegance and red dots around their body. Now, reports suggest that the company is working on new TWS earphones, called Nothing Ear (1) Stickwhich will follow the same scheme.
The Nothing Ear (1) Stick is just around the corner
According to recent reports, the Nothing Ear (1) Stick appeared in the listings of the Singapore IMDA website. The above suggests an imminent launch.
The informant Mukul Sharma was the one who detected the future Nothing Ear (1) Stick TWS headphones on the website of the certifying body Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) of Singapore. No details on the specifications or features of the headphones are disclosed in the listing. But, it does suggest that they could launch soon.
Previously, the Nothing Ear (1) Stick was also detected in the databases of BIS of India, SIRIM of Malaysia and SGS Fimko. The product is identified by the model number B157. There is still nothing to confirm any details about the upcoming TWS earphones. We hope more will be revealed soon.
Regarding the differences that it would have with the current Nothing Ear (1), it is said that the ‘Stick’ will have a longer ‘stem’ and that they will no longer be in-ear.
Original Nothing Ear (1) Specifications
The brand’s first headphones feature 11.6mm dynamic drivers equalized by Teenage Engineering. They have support for in-ear detection and each earbud weighs 4.7 grams.
Its body comes with an IPX4 rating for resistance to water and sweat during workouts. Without compatible with Google Fast Pair and with touch controls for playback. There’s also active noise cancellation (ANC) with transparency modes included.
A mobile app allows you to adjust active noise cancellation (ANC), activate transparency mode, change equalizer settings and update the headphone software.
The headphones are charged through their box with USB-C and Qi wireless charging. They are powered by a 570 mAh battery that offers up to 5.7 hours of playtime on a single charge and up to 34 hours total when adding the capacity of the charging case.
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