Smartphone brand 'Nothing' has made headlines ever since it has been launched in the Indian market. Now, the company is all set to launch Nothing Ear (2) on March 22 and ahead of the launch, a bunch of details regarding the earbud have been leaked online, according to reports. Along with the details, the price of the Nothing Ear (2) has also been leaked. As per reports, it is expected that the earbuds will be priced under Rs 10,000, reports said.
Meanwhile, the company itself has confirmed a few features of the earbuds. Further, as per Slashleaks, the starting pricing for the Nothing Ear (2) in India would be Rs 9,999 or Rs 10,999. Remember that the Nothing Ear (1) was sold throughout the nation for Rs 6,999. If the pricing that was leaked is accurate, the company has increased the price of the next generation by about Rs 3,000 or Rs 4,000.
If rumours regarding the earbuds turn out to be true, then the Nothing Ear (2) will support Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). The d will include 11.6mm drivers, the same size as those included in Ear (1). Further, the earphones may last for up to six hours on a single charge. It is expected that the charging case will provide users with up to 36 hours of battery life.
The leak also suggested that the new earbuds will sport a design similar to the Nothing Ear (1). The case of the earbuds will have a metal hinge. The device will be available in White finish. Similar to the earlier model, the earbuds contain silicone buds and a stick shape. However, it should be noted that the features and price of the device are yet to be officially released by the company.
Nothing Ear (2) will be launched on March 22, 2023.
According to rumours, Nothing Ear (2) is expected to be priced under Rs 10,000.
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