Nothing finally debut its first product called Nothing ear (1), see specs, price, and availability

Jul 27, 2021, 9:10 PM UTC
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Nothing finally debut its first product called Nothing ear (1), see specs, price, and availability

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The UK-based company Nothing today launched its first product called Nothing ear (1) truly wireless earbuds with Active Noise Cancellation and a built-in 11.6mm powerful speaker driver and 5 hours of listening time with the earbuds and 34 hours with the case and can be charged with USB-C cable or via wirelessly with Qi-certified charger, also support IPX4 which can handle sweat and water resistance.

Nothing ear (1) weigh just 4.7g per earbud, it also supports Bluetooth 5.2 technology with SBC and AAC codes. Also, each earbud features touch gestures for controlling the playback and ANC modes. The ear (1) app for iOS and Android allow to customize equalizers, touch gestures, Find My Earbuds, and more as well as a software update for earbud directly from the app.

The Nothing ear (1) will be available at $99, Rs.5,999, €99, or £99, and will be available in 45 countries including Inda, US, UK, and Europe. Nothing ear (1) will be available from July 31, 2021, worldwide, through its official website in limited quantities. While the Nothing India website says, the sale will start from 17 August 2021 via Flipkart. Please check the date, time, and availability by selecting your preferred country on the Nothing website.

Nothing company was founded by Carl Pei, CEO, and Co-founder, he is also known as the co-founder of OnePlus. Carl Pei announced Nothing on January 27, 2021. According to Pei, “Nothing’s mission is to remove barriers between people and technology to create a seamless digital future.” The company is based in London (UK) and gathers a number of notorious investors, such as iPod inventor Tony Fadell, Twitch co-founder Kevin Lin, Reddit CEO Steve Huffman, and YouTuber Casey Neistat. On February 25, the company announced Teenage Engineering as a founding partner, mainly responsible for the design aesthetic of the brand and its products.

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