Nothing X 2.3.5 brings EQ sharing new look and 8 new genre based EQ designs to Ear (2) and Ear (stick)

Nothing that started disrupting the tech market with audio products brought some of the new customizable features with the launch of Nothing Ear(2) in black color. We also saw the new 8-band advanced EQ and the sharing of multiple custom profiles. These features were rolled out then for Ear(2) and Ear(stick) and once again these earphones have been blessed with a new look of EQ sharing.

This comes with Nothing X 2.3.5 which brings options to the Ear (2) and Ear (stick) users to choose from 8 new genre-based EQ designs. A user can save multiple profiles as per their choice or download them via a scannable QR code on the Nothing X app. Nothing has shared a video along with a post announcing this update in which the new look of the EQ sharing can be seen with a profile named “Techno Tube by Taticas”.

This update is available on Android and iOS. Customization has been at the core of the company and we recently saw this in the Nothing OS 2.0 update that was rolled out for the Nothing Phone(1) users recently. We can expect to see such exciting features in upcoming tech products by CMF. CMF by Nothing can soon launch some of the new tech products like smartwatches, buds, and chargers in the upcoming days.




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