Nothing Ear (Stick) Design Officially Teased; Expected to Launch Later This Year

Nothing Ear (Stick)

Nothing ran the hype machine for quite long before the launch of its first smartphone, the Phone (1). Prior to the launch of the Phone (1), the company launched the Nothing Ear (1) as its first-ever product globally. The Nothing Ear (1) garnered a lot of attention for its unique, semi-transparent case and earbuds design. The earbuds showed some of the internal components, whereas the charging case came with a transparent lid. It has been a while since Nothing launched the Ear (1) and now, the company wants to refresh its TWS lineup with the launch of the Nothing Ear (Stick).

The company showcased its new TWS on the Chet Lo London Fashion Week SS23 runway. Let’s take a look at the Nothing Ear (Stick) design, specifications and other details known so far.

Nothing Ear (Stick) Showcased

Nothing has teased the launch of its new TWS, the Ear (Stick) at the Chet Lo Fashion Week. The company did not announce the official launch date. The Ear (Stick) is expected to launch in India and other markets by the end of this year. 

While we wait for more details on that front, the company teased the design of the charging case of the Ear (Stick). As the name suggests, the TWS case has a stick-like design. In comparison, the original Ear (1) TWS came with a square-shaped charging case, which was not as pocket-friendly. 

The Ear (Stick) case comes with a White and Red colour combination. We can expect the company to launch the TWS in multiple colour options.

The design of the TWS is likely to remain the same. However, Nothing is rumoured to omit some of the features found in the Ear (1). Some rumours suggest that the upcoming Nothing TWS will not feature support for Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). 

The TWS is also rumoured to come with a launch price of €99 (roughly Rs 7,900), which is the same as Ear (1)’s launch price. Ear (1) was launched in India for Rs 6,999.

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