Nothing Ear (stick) is UNIQUE! Quite something to behold

    Nothing has officially announced the launch of new earbuds named Nothing Ear (stick) soon with a unique form factor.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Sep 25 2022, 19:07 IST
    Nothing Phone (1) First Look: Good time to be a smartphone fan
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    1/7 Nothing Phone (1) carries a signature transparent design theme on the rear. You get to see some of the components along with the Glyph LED lights. You can get the phone in white and black colours. The sides are also flat, just like the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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    2/7 Nothing Phone (1) boots Nothing OS out of the box based on Android 12. Nothing OS is free of pre-loaded third-party apps and bloatware, as well as ads. This is a very clean version of Android. Nothing promises three Android OS updates and four years of security patches. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
    Nothing Phone (1)
    3/7 The rear and front are covered with Gorilla Glass 5, and the whole body is rated IP52 water resistant.  (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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    4/7 The Glyph LED lights are synced with the pre-loaded ringtones. There is also a “Flip to Glyph” mode that silences the ringer and only uses the lights to notify when the phone is kept face down.  (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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    5/7 Nothing Phone (1) also gets an Always On Display functionality with a single clock style.  (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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    6/7 The Nothing Phone (1) features a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor for the main camera and a 50MP Samsung JN1 sensor for the ultra-wide/macro camera. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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    7/7 The Nothing Phone (1) also features a 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. It also gets support for an in-display fingerprint sensor.  (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
    Nothing Ear (Stick)
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    This is the new Nothing Ear (stick) which has been officially announced by the company during the London Fashion Week. (Nothing)

    Ahead of the launch of Nothing Phone (1) a couple of months ago, a few leaks suggested that the event will also unveil the new Nothing earbuds. Sadly, that didn't happen and Nothing Phone (1) made its appearance without the earbuds. But now, Nothing has officially announced that its second-generation earbuds will go live soon with the name Nothing Ear (stick).

    However, the announcement came in a peculiar manner! Nothing Ear (stick) was presented in partnership with the clothes designer Chet Lo at London Fashion Week 2023. The new truly wireless earbuds by Nothing seem to be a refreshed version of the Nothing ear (1), but quite unique.

    Unfortunately, after teasing the new Nothing earbuds during the London Fashion Week, the company hasn't revealed many details. The teased product seems to feature a new elongated slim case design. However, the company claims that the new stick-shaped case of the earbuds is designed to be compact enough to fit into pockets and the design is inspired by “classic cosmetic silhouettes.”

    Nothing Ear (stick) launching soon

    The second pair of truly wireless earbuds by Nothing are set to launch later this year, the company mentioned in a press release. "The Ear Stick is more than just a new charging case for the company's existing earbuds. The Ear Stick is an entirely new product. New charging case and new bud,” Nothing's US PR manager Lewis Hopkins has confirmed to The Verge.

    So, what should you expect from the new uniquely designed Ear Stick earbuds by Nothing? The release by Nothing promises that the new Ear Stick earbuds will be “feather-light” along with a “supremely comfortable ergonomic design” which will be easily molded into the ears.

    The company is likely to release full specifications, a price, and a release date for the Ear Stick soon.

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    First Published Date: 25 Sep, 19:07 IST
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