Nothing Ear (1) Earbuds Unveiled With Transparent Body
Following its announcement back in February that its first product will arrive this summer, Nothing has finally unveiled the Nothing ear (1) earbuds. The headphones were launched today during a live stream.
With its design, the Nothing ear (1) tries to stand out from the several other earbuds currently available in the market. It comes with a transparent plastic body, making you to see the internals. Nothing went for a closed in-ear design with liquid silicone tips and each earbud (and case) has the product name engraved on it.
Each earbuds weighs 4.7 grams and feature 11.6mm drivers from Teenage Engineering. They have an IPX4 rating making them resistant to sweat and splashes. They also have in-ear detection, and with the companion app, you can adjust active noise cancellation, activate transparency mode, and change the equalizer settings. There is also a Find My Earbud feature in the app. The companion app is available for Android and iOS.
According to Nothing, the earbuds will offer 4 hours of battery life with ANC turned on and 5.7 hours with ANC turned off. The charging case takes the total battery life up to 34 hours. You will be able to recharge the case via a USB-C port or by placing it on a Qi wireless charger.
Nothing Ear (1) Earbuds Price and Availability
The earbuds will sell for $99 in the US, €99 in Europe, £99 in the UK, and INR 5,999 in India.
The Nothing ear (1) will be available starting on August 17 in several countries and regions including the US, Europe, India, and the UK. However, there will be a limited sale via the Nothing website on July 31.