Nothing Ear (1) Stick earbuds could lose some features to attain a lower price
Nothing Ear (1) Stick earbuds could be losing on some features and may be launching in September 2022. Here are all the details.
Nothing Ear (1) Stick earbuds are coming by September 2022, as suggested by the latest leaks. In the midst of the upcoming Nothing Phone (1) launch hype, rumours suggest that Nothing is working on a new pair of wireless earbuds that could be cheaper than the Nothing Ear (1) earbuds. Called the Nothing Ear (1) Stick, the leaked renders previously have shown a new case design but nothing else – no specs, no arrival date, nothing (got the pun?). However, thanks to a new leak, we now have some information on the Nothing Ear (1) Stick earbuds.
The Nothing Ear (1) Stick earbuds are expected to launch in September 2022, as suggested by tipster Ishan Agarwal. The new earbuds are said to be missing out on silicon ear tips in the same way as the standard Apple AirPods. Additionally, the earbuds could also lose on Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and will also get a new compact case design. All of these corners will be cut to achieve a lower price of EUR 99, which is exactly the same as the launch price of Nothing Ear (1) earbuds. Confused?
Nothing Ear (1) Stick earbuds are coming soon
Note that Nothing is yet to reveal anything on this front, hence you should wait for an official update from the company. The Nothing Ear (1) Stick earbuds seem to be a cost effective variant of the standard models and we assume it could be priced much lower than that. The Nothing Ear (1) earbuds cost Rs. 6,499 and we expect the Stick variant to cost much less than them. Nothing Ear (1) Stick could help the company reach the masses, which is right now being done by Realme, Boat and other brands.
On the other hand, Nothing is preparing for the launch of the Nothing Phone (1), its first smartphone. Leaks have confirmed certain details, which include a 6.5-inch 120Hz OLED display with in-display fingerprint sensor, a Snapdragon 778G+ chip, a 50MP + 16MP dual rear camera setup, and a 4500mAh battery with possibly 33W wired charging and support for wireless charging. The phone brings a new transparent back with the Glyph interface, which is essentially a system of large LED notification lights.