Nothing Ear (1) Black Variant Renders Have Leaked

Nothing Ear (1) retails for Rs. 6,999 in India.

Nothing Ear (1) Black

Nothing forayed into the market with its Ear (1) true wireless stereo (TWS) earphones. The Ear (1) is immensely popular due to its unique transparent design. Nothing has also managed to offer features including ANC at a great price. The Ear(1) TWS, so far, was available only in one color variant – White.

Last week, a report surfaced on the web claiming that Nothing will soon introduce the black variant of the Ear (1). Now, the renders of the Ear (1) Black variant have surfaced on the web, courtesy of Evan Blass and Paras Guglani. Let us take a look at Nothing Ear (1) Black color variant renders and design.

The leaked renders reveal that the upcoming black variant of the Ear (1) will feature a transparent design, similar to the existing white variant. However, the ear tips and charging capsule both will be in black color this time.

Nothing Ear (1): Features, Specifications, and Price

The Ear (1) features an 11.6mm dynamic driver that offers balanced bass and treble performance. These TWS support AAC and SBC codecs and can be connected to devices running Android 5.1 (and above) and iOS 11 (and above), thanks to Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. The Ear (1) also offers active noise cancellation (ANC), and uses three in-built mics to cancel out outside noise. It offers two ANC modes – Light and Maximum in addition to the Transparency mode.

Each earbud packs a 31mAh battery. While, the charging capsule has a 570mAh battery unit. The Ear (1) TWS can last for 5.7 hours on a single charge, while the company claims about 24hours of battery life with the charging capsule. The Ear (1) supports fast charging as well as Qi Wireless charging. Each earbud weighs 4.7grams. While the case weighs 57.4grams.

The Ear (1) retails for Rs. 6,999 in the country. However, as an offer, the company is offering the Nothing Ear (1) at a discounted price of Rs. 6,299 until November 29th. ICICI Debit and Credit card users can also avail a 10% discount in the ongoing sale.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while deciding his first smartphone purchase and started reporting on consumer tech in 2018. Arpit comes from Mathematics research background and can be found discussing Mathematics when not looking at his phones.


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