Nothing Ear (1) true wireless is one of the popular TWS in the mid-range segment in India. The TWS was launched last year as the first product from the company and this year, the Nothing Phone (1) was launched as the first smartphone. Now, the company is gearing up to launch its third device and its second audio device, which will be called the Nothing Ear Stick.
The upcoming Nothing Ear Stick was showcased and teased at the Chet Lo London Fashion Week SS23 runway recently. The upcoming TWS is expected to be a cheaper alternative to the Ear (1) and it is expected to launch later this year. Now, the Ear Stick has been spotted on the FCC database revealing more details.
Nothing Ear Stick Spotted on FCC: Details
On the FCC website, the upcoming Nothing Ear Stick has been listed with a B157 model number and the application on the website is registered under Nothing Technology Ltd, London. The FCC listing has revealed the battery capacities of the buds as well as the charging case.
The Nothing Ear Stick will come with a 36mAH battery unit on each bud and the charging case, which will also double up as a travel case will feature a 350mAh battery. The TWS will feature Li-ion polymer batteries as per the listing. Further, the TWS will come with Type-C to Type-C cable of 31cm in length. The audio product will come with Bluetooth 5.2 wireless connectivity option and will have an operating frequency of 2402MHz to 2480MHz. Data run is listed as 1M/bit. As for the dimension, the Ear Stick will measure 140*32.5mm as it comes in a cylindrical shape case.
Lastly, the Nothigf Ear Stick’s live images have been also listed and the design is similar to the Ear (1) with a transparent outer body, but it is hard to say if the TWS comes with an in-ear style design or not with this image. Apart from these details, the FCC database does not reveal much at the moment.
The TWS was showcased in a White and Red colour combination. We can expect the company to launch the TWS in multiple colour options. While we still don’t know the features and specifications, rumours suggest the TWS might miss out on the ANC feature.