Nothing Ear Stick Leaked Renders Hint at Ear (1) Like TWS in a New Packaging

Nothing Ear Stick has already acquired BIS certification, so it might launch in India.

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Nothing recently teased the upcoming Nothing Ear Stick. The Nothing Ear Stick will be the company’s second audio product. To recall, Carl Pei lead brand launched the Nothing Ear (1) last year. Now, in a new development, Twitter user Kuba Wojciechowski has posted the design renders on the micro-blogging platform. The leaked renders reveal that Nothing is sticking to the transparent design language that we have previously seen with the Ear (1) and the Phone (1).

This time around, the company seems to be going with semi in-ear design compared to the in-ear design on the Ear (1). This means that the Nothing Ear Stick will have come with ear tips. Let us take a closer look at the Nothing Ear Stick renders and what we know about the upcoming Nothing product.

Nothing Ear Stick: Design Renders

The Nothing Ear Stick case will feature a transparent design language similar to the Ear (1) case. However, the Ear Stick case appears to have a cylindrical design compared to the squircle design on the Nothing Ear (1). Another change that can be noticed is the absence of the ear tips on the earbuds, which suggests that the Nothing Ear Stick earbuds will feature semi in-ear design, similar to Apple AirPods.

The Nothing Ear Stick was recently spotted on the FCC certification website which revealed that each earbud of the Ear Stick will be equipped with a 36mAh battery unit. Whereas, the battery capacity of the case will be 350mAh. The Nothing Ear Stick with model number B157 has already been spotted on the BIS certification, so we can expect it to launch in India as well.

A couple of months ago, the price of the Nothing Ear Stick was leaked via an Amazon listing. The Nothing Ear Stick could be priced at €99 (around Rs 8,200). The Nothing Ear Stick will feature an IP54 rating and will rely on Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.