Consumer tech brand Nothing may soon launch its third audio product. Nothing’s last TWS earbuds to be launched in India was Nothing Ear (Stick) announced in October. Now, the Carl Pei-owned brand is set to launch his next true wireless earbuds, according to a certification post spotted in the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) database.
The Bluetooth SIG certifies Bluetooth products to be launched in all markets worldwide. According to a Bluetooth SIG post, the existence of a new Nothing branded product, internally called “Nothing B155”, is likely to be announced soon, indicating a possible launch of the so-called Nothing Ear (2). increase.
According to the Bluetooth SIG database’s certification page, the details of the upcoming device currently available include the device’s internal name, company name, and the fact that it is a wireless earbud based on Bluetooth. 5.2 connectivity standards, says the 91 Mobiles report.
According to a previous leak to the Nothing Ear 2 TWS earbuds, leaked photos suggested that they would be similar in design to the Nothing Ear (1) with a translucent case. Leaked renders also showed Ear 2 branding on the stem of the earbuds instead of the Nothing logo.
If you recall, the Nothing Ear (Stick) TWS earbuds were launched in India at Rs 8,499, which put them up against the likes of the Jabra Elite 4 Active, Sony WF-XB700.
Meanwhile, London-based Nothing has no immediate plans to launch the Nothing Phone (1)’s purported successor, the Nothing Phone (2), the company’s founder and CEO Carl Pei recently confirmed. Did. The company’s founder has wiped out his competing Android smartphone brand, saying Nothing will launch “dozens of products a year like so many others.”