The Nothing Ear (stick) will be available for purchase on Myntra and Flipkart from November 17.
Nothing Ear (stick), the London-based company’s second pair of earbuds, has been launched in India. From its unique design to key specifications and prices, here is all you need to know.
Nothing Ear (stick) specifications:
Nothing’s third product, the Nothing Ear (stick) is a transparent, lightweight wireless pair of earbuds that weighs 4.4-gram (each) and is equipped with a 12.6 mm dynamic driver that claims to provide ‘powerfully authentic sound’ with ‘minimal distortion.’
The company, founded by former OnePlus head Carl Pei, says that the “ergonomically shaped” Ear (stick) comes with what it calls ‘Bass Lock’, a technology that measures the wearer’s unique ear canal shape and the fit of the earbuds to detect the bass loss and compensate the earbuds’ bass accordingly. The Ear (stick) is IP54-certified for dust, water, and sweat resistance. Furthermore, it has in-ear detection, Google fast pair, and Microsoft swift pair.
In terms of battery, the Nothing Ear (stick) is said to offer up to 7 hours of listening time and up to 3 hours of talk time on a single charge. With this case, the device is claimed to provide up to 29 hours of listening time and up to 12 hours of talk time. Along with the earbuds, users will also get a lipstick-shaped case, which features a twist-to-open design, and a type C-cable in the box.
Nothing Ear (stick) price and availability:
The device is available in a solitary white color as of now and is priced at Rs 8,499. Pre-orders have begun, and the earbuds will be available for sale from November 4, while the limited drop for the Nothing Ear (stick) will commence from October 28. These earbuds will be available for purchase on Myntra and Flipkart from November 17. The device has also been launched in global markets including the U.S., U.K., Europe, and Asia Pacific.