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Nothing’s Upcoming Sound Product Ear and Ear(a) Specs And Images Leaked Ahead Of Official Launch

London-based company Nothing just recently announced that it will launch Nothing Ear and Nothing Ear(a) on 18th April 2024. Ahead of the launch of these two sound products, its specs, and images have been leaked in an exclusive report by Android Headlines. Let’s get to know about them in detail.

The Nothing Ear is said to be the high-end version of the earbuds that the company will launch. As per the report, the Nothing Ear can be priced at €150(~Rs 13,500). It can come with features like Active Noise Cancellation, dual connection, IP54-rated body of earbuds, and IPX2-rated body of the case.

As far as battery life is concerned the report mentions that Nothing Ear can come with 7.5 hours of battery life when ANC is turned off and with case 33 hours. A fast charging feature can also be seen that will offer 10 hours of battery life for 10 minutes of charge. The leaked images of the earbuds show that they can come in black-and-white colour options. The design of Nothing Ear seems similar to its predecessor Nothing Ear(2) with the same transparent stem and coloured buds.

The Nothing Ear(a) earbuds are said to come with similar features that we have just seen in Nothing Ear. There is a slight difference in battery life that can be seen. The report says that Nothing Ear(a) can come with eight hours of battery life when ANC is off and in this case 38 hours of battery life. The buds can come in IP54 rated body while a case can get the IP55 rating. As far as price is concerned, it can be priced at €100(~Rs 9,000).

We are likely to see the Nothing Ear(a) in three colour options, black, and white being conventional while yellow being the new colour option. With this information revealed there is little room left for any further leaks. The company has had a long history of denying the leaks that eventually came out to be true though up until now company has not said anything about the leak.

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