Nothing ear (1) Launched, amazing wireless earbuds

Nothing has released its first product, a pair of genuine wireless earphones named the ear (1).

A translucent design, which has never been seen before on genuinely wireless earbuds, the Nothing ear (1) attempts to bring in a revolution, at least in terms of looks, with its revolutionary technology.

Teenage Engineering, which was introduced as a founding partner of the firm in February, has created the first TWS from Nothing, which will be released in the coming months.

“Nothing ear (1) is a breath of fresh air in a crowded and indifferent market, and it is setting the tone for our connected digital world to come”, according to Carl Pei, the company’s CEO and co-founder. “For an amazing price, it brings together cutting-edge technology, precision engineering, and ground-breaking design.”

Nothing ear (1) is priced at Rs 5,999 in India, and the company announced the pricing many weeks before the product’s introduction, which was seen to be a risky approach.

The company has disclosed the details of when the Nothing ear (1) will be available. The earphones will be available for purchase on Flipkart in India starting on August 17, 2021, at 12 p.m. IST.

The standout features of this earbuds is Active Noise Cancellation and a battery life of up to 34 hours of continuous music.

Nothing Ear (1) comes with an amazing design

If there is one thing that distinguishes the earbuds from the others, it is the design.

The transparent design is one of a kind, and numerous components like microphones, magnets, and a circuit board can be seen on the stem of the earbuds, which makes them stand out.

Instead of the usual uninteresting design features such as the etching of R for right and L for left on the stem or near the earpiece. The ear (1) is equipped with a red colour indicator to indicate that it is on the right.

The earbuds are 4.7 grammes in weight and include pressure-relieving vents, an ergonomic fit, and three interchangeable liquid silicone tips for a personalised fit.

The ear (1) is equipped with 11.6mm drivers for sound delivery, and it is compatible with Bluetooth 5.2 for communication.

Nothing communicates that the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) on the ear (1) utilises three high definition microphones to bring music, videos, and podcasts into crisp focus like the Active Noise Cancellation on the earbuds.

Additionally, users may select between two different noise cancellation modes: Light mode for mild noise reduction and Maximum mode for louder situations.

Transparency mode is also available on the ear (1), which is the same as on the AirPods Pro. To make clear calls, the earbuds is equipped with Clear Voice Technology, which the firm says has been specifically created to eliminate distracting background noise, such as the wind, during conversations.

According to the manufacturer, the truly wireless earbuds are capable of fast connection with compatible Android smartphones.

This means that customers can just open the case, press the pair button to connect with the device, and then listen to music on their smartphone.

In terms of battery life, the firm says that ear (1) can provide up to 5.7 hours of music playing on a single charge, with the charging case, this may be increased to up to 34 hours of music playback.

The ear (1) also supports rapid charging, allowing users can obtain up to 8 hours of power from a single charge in as little as 10 minutes. Furthermore, it enables wireless charging and is compatible with any Qi-enabled charging device.

A smartphone may be connected to the earbuds via the ear (1) app, which is accessible on Google Play and the App Store, as well as through the ear (1) website.

Additional functions, including Find My Earbud, EQ, Active Noise Cancellation, and Gesture Control customization, are available through the mobile app. The earbuds are also sweat and water splash resistant, which is a bonus. Additional capabilities, including in-ear detection and quick pairing, are available as options.

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