Nothing Ear (Stick) makes earbuds case so desirable! To launch soon

    Nothing Ear (Stick) has been teased with a uniquely desirable design at a fashion show in New York.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Sep 23 2022, 10:24 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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    Nothing Ear (Stick) has been teased at a fashion show.  (Nothing)

    At the Spring Summer Show 2023, Nothing just teased its next pair of TWS earbuds. Yes, quite an unusual way to announce a new pair of wireless earbuds. However, take a closer look at the case – yes, the case only since that's all Nothing has to share at the moment – and you understand why a fashion show was chosen. The Nothing Ear (Stick), as Nothing likes to call it, goes for a completely unique design of the earbuds, and it sure looks exciting.

    The stick-like shape of the case could be easy to slide into the pockets, and the same transparent design from previous Nothing products can be seen here. Part of the case has a red accent, which adds to the lipstick case-like aesthetic. Weirdly, Nothing chose not to reveal the shape and design of the earbuds themselves. They can be seen tucked in the ears and they resemble the existing ear(1) earbuds, but we can't make out whether the silicon eartips are present.

    And no, there's no Glyph LED lighting on the Nothing Ear (Stick), although we wished Nothing included that. We miss it.

    Nothing Ear (Stick) teased

    In a statement to The Verge, Nothing clarifies that the Ear (Stick) is a completely new product and not just a new case for the old ear (1) stick. The case is new and so are the earbuds.

    While Nothing is yet to reveal any of the specifications and features, rumours have long said that the Ear (Stick) will be a more affordable variant of the previous models with certain omissions. The Ear (Stick) could skip on the ANC feature as well as the silicon eartips. Even then, the price will be somewhat similar to the ANC equipped model in Europe.

    Along with the Ear (Stick), Nothing also showcased some weird carrying bags and dresses to hold the Nothing Phone (1). Sadly, no new colour for the Nothing Phone (1) has been shown. We would have liked to see the semi transparent design of the Nothing Phone (1) done in bright red, other than the standard black and white variants.

    At the moment, the Nothing Phone (1) is available at a discounted price during the Flipkart sale. The price of all the variants has gone down by Rs. 2,000, and there are other debit card offers bringing down the price further.

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    First Published Date: 23 Sep, 10:24 IST
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