Possible Nothing Ear (1) Successor in the Works, India Launch Imminent

The Stick variant will not have silicone ear tips and will also miss out on some of the features available in the Ear (1).


Nothing recently launched the Phone (1) as its first smartphone in India and other markets. The Phone (1)’s follows the Ear (1) TWS earbuds’ semi-transparent design language and adds LED lights on the back for the Glyph Interface. Nothing has also hinted at launching new pair of TWS earbuds soon. Rumours suggest that the upcoming Nothing TWS could be called the Nothing Ear (1) Stick. 

A new leak has now revealed that the company might not launch just one but two TWS earbuds soon in India. Tipster Mukul Sharma, aka Stufflistings, claims that the upcoming Nothing Ear (2) is already being tested in Asian and European markets. Let’s take a look at more details of the upcoming Nothing TWS earbuds tipped to launch soon.

Nothing Ear (1) Stick, Ear (2) Launch Tipped

Nothing Ear (1) Stick and the Ear (2) could debut very soon. According to tipster Stufflistings, the Ear (1) successor launch is imminent. Sharma claims that the company is internally testing two new earbuds in various European and Asian regions. 

One of the two earbuds could be the Ear (1) Stick. The upcoming Nothing earbuds will be launched in Europe for EUR 99 (roughly Rs 8,000), according to a leaked Amazon listing. The Stick variant will not have rubber tips. They will also miss out on some of the features available in the Ear (1). For starters, the Stick earbuds will not come with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC).

The Stick will get a new rectangular case as well. In addition to this, the earbuds will be IP54-rated for water resistance and come with support for Bluetooth 5.2. Each earbud will offer up to seven hours of battery life, whereas the charging case will offer an additional 30 hours of juice. The earbuds are likely to come with features like AI noise isolation and low latency connection.

Details of the Ear (2) are unknown at the moment. The company could upgrade some of the existing features and even improve the battery life. More details should surface online in the coming weeks.