Nothing Ear 1 price drops: Here's how much this pair of TWS earbuds costs now
Nothing Ear 1 price drops in India on Flipkart for a temporary period. Here's how much it costs now.
The Nothing Ear 1 pair of earbuds is now cheaper in India! Launched earlier this year as an affordable pair of TWS earbuds with high-end features, the Nothing Ear 1 price in India has dropped by ₹700. This means that you now have to pay ₹6,299 for a brand new set of earbuds. Nothing had increased the price a few months ago.
The Nothing Ear 1 was originally launched at a price of ₹5,999 earlier this year. Nothing eventually hiked the price to ₹6,999 a few weeks ago. This price cut appears to be for a limited time period and hence, it is possible that Nothing could push the prices back up to ₹6,999. The Nothing Ear 1 comes in only a single colour variant.
Nothing Ear 1 is now cheaper by ₹700
The Ear 1 earbuds is the company's first commercial product since its launch in 2021. Founded by Carl Pei, who was initially at wheel of OnePlus, Nothing announced that it wanted to explore all tech product categories over the course of time, and started with the wireless earbuds.
The Nothin Ear 1 gets some high-end features such as Active Noise Cancellation, and a dual-driver setup. The Ear 1 works with both Android and iOS devices, courtesy of the Nothing companion app. It supports both AAC and SBC audio codecs.
The Ear 1 drew attention with its transparent case and semi-transparent earbuds. The case itself supports wireless charging too, something which the more expensive base version of the Apple AirPods doesn't. While there is only a single white colour variant available now, there have been rumours of a black Ear 1 doing rounds of the internet.
Leaks have also suggested that Nothing is working on a smartphone and a power bank, both of which could launch sometime next year. In an interaction with HT Tech, Nothing revealed that there are a lot of products in the pipeline.
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