Nothing Ear Stick design, specifications revealed in leaked image: Take a look

By Digit NewsDesk | Published 03 Oct 2022 15:36 IST
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Nothing might launch its second audio product Nothing Ear (Stick) in India after launching Nothing Ear (1) last year.

  • The upcoming device comes with a transparent semi-in-ear design, while Ear (1) featured an in-ear design.

  • Nothing Ear Stick is coming with a 36mAh battery unit, and its case is equipped with 350mAh battery power.

Nothing Ear Stick design

Nothing Ear (Stick) will be the company's second audio product, the first being Nothing Ear (1) which was launched last year. 

According to the leaked image, the upcoming Nothing Ear (Stick) sports a transparent design similar to the Ear(1). However, Nothing Ear (Stick) comes with semi in-ear design similar to Apple AirPods, while Ear (1) was seen with an in-ear design.

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We know from the FCC certification website that the Nothing Ear Stick is coming with a 36mAh battery unit. Meanwhile, the case of the buds is equipped with 350mAh battery power.

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The device is priced at around Rs 8,200. Nothing Ear Stick will come with an IP54 rating and will support Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity.

The device will be provided with a USB-C to USB-C cable for charging. Nothing Ear Stick has already made its way unofficially to London Fashion Week last week. 

Previously, Amazon leaked the price for the device via its list. Meanwhile, the earpiece is believed to be a refreshed model from its original Nothing Ear (1). It is also said that the users need to twist the tube of the Nothing Ear Stick to access the underlying buds.

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The date for the official launch of Nothing Ear Stick is still unknown.

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