Nothing Ear (1)
ANC, 5 h, Wireless
First in a fashion show, now with a fashion designer: Nothing shows another snippet of the Ear (Stick). What's new is probably mainly the case.
Nothing keeps the hype going: in the finest salami tactics, Carl Pei's pad keeps revealing details about the new True-Wireless headphones.
Recently, the case was incorporated into a fashion show - at London Fashion Week, the headphones walked along with the Nothing Phone (1) attached to a bag as part of Chet Lo's collection.
In a video on Instagram, the headphones themselves can now be seen. The post is by Errolson Hugh, owner of Berlin-based designer brand Acronym. In the video, you can see how the case is rotated to show the headphones in the transparent case. The case can be easily twisted open lengthwise and looks like a lipstick with its elongated cylinder shape.
You can also see in the video that the headphones look like the Nothing Ear (1). Another leak, where the headphones appear to have been listed too early on Amazon, confirms that the design of the Nothing headphones is probably very similar to that of the previous version.
The Amazon leak also reveals that the Nothing Ear (Stick) have an IP54 rating - meaning they would be dust and splash resistant. They are connected via Bluetooth 5.2 and the battery life is said to be seven hours. There was also something about a "half in-ear" design. This refers to buds, i.e. the design that comes without silicone attachments and sits loosely in the ear.
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