Nothing is all set to launch its first ever smartphone, Nothing Phone (1) tomorrow July 12 for global and Indian markets. The company is also rumoured to launch refreshed version of its first ever product, Nothing Ear (1) TWS earbuds. It is expected to launch the Nothing Ear (1) stick in India on the same day. The product was earlier listed on Amazon which revealed its features, price, and transparent design.
In a recent development, the Nothing Ear (1) stick has been spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification website which hints that the product might launch soon in India. We might get to see a glimpse of the product at the launch event tomorrow.
Nothing Ear (1) Stick to Launch Tomorrow in India?
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) July 10, 2022
The Nothing Ear (1) Stick has been spotted on the BIS certification website which hints that the device launch is imminent. The image shared by Mukul Sharma reveals that the product listed has model number B157. In case you don’t remember, the Nothing Ear (1) has the model number B181 on the certification websites. Sharma also hints that this could also be the Nothing Ear (2), but given that we have got a glimpse of the Ear (1) stick, this could most likely be the stick. Rest said it would be interesting to see if the Carl Pei-founded venture showcases the Nothing Ear (1) stick at the event tomorrow or not.
As of now, it seems that the Ear (1) stick will have a stick-shaped charging. To recall, the standard Ear (1) was launched with a square shaped transparent case. There is no information on whether the upcoming Ear (1) model will have any upgrades compared to the previous model or not.
The leaked Amazon listing has revealed that the Nothing Ear (1) Stick will come with Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and will be IP54 certified for water-resistant. The listing suggests that the Nothing Ear (1) Stick will be priced as that of last year’s Ear (1), which is €99 (around Rs 8,200). The original Nothing Ear (1) TWS earbuds are available for Rs 6,999 in India.
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