Nothing Ear 1 India Price Revealed, to Come with ANC, HD Mics and Transparent Design

Let’s take a look at the Nothing Ear 1 price in India, features, and other details.

Nothing Ear 1

Nothing is gearing up for the launch of its first product in India and other international markets. The company has confirmed the date of its first launch. Nothing will host an event on July 27. The company will unveil the Ear 1 in India alongside the global launch event. The company recently confirmed some key details of the upcoming truly wireless earbuds (TWS). It will come with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). The price of Ear 1 was also tipped for the European and US markets. Ahead of the launch, the device’s India pricing details have been revealed. Let’s take a look at the Nothing Ear 1 price in India, features, and other details.

Nothing Ear 1 price in India confirmed

Nothing Ear 1 is set for its global debut on July 27. Ahead of the official launch event, the India price of the TWS has been revealed. Nothing has already confirmed that Ear 1’s price will be set around £99 (roughly Rs 10,200). According to TechCrunch, the TWS will launch in the US for $99 (roughly Rs 7,400). The latest development around the India pricing of the TWS suggests that it will be priced slightly cheaper. 

The company’s India VP and General Manager, Manu Sharma, has confirmed that the device will launch in India for Rs 5,999. He further revealed the Nothing will launch more products other than the TWS to create its own ecosystem of connected products in the future. 

The TWS will also sport a transparent design and feature Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) feature. The company said its TWS will feature three microphones to remove outside noise. 

Nothing had previously announced that it has partnered with Flipkart for the Ear 1. The e-commerce giant will offer free delivery and no-cost EMI options to its customers. The design of Ear 1 is expected to have some key elements of Concept 1, which was teased in March 2021. It was previously listed on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) website with the model number B181. The charging case’s batteries were also spotted on the BIS at a later date. These devices, listed as power banks, had the model number  B181-C and B181-1. 

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