Nothing has scheduled to launch the Nothing Ear (2) on March 22 globally including the Indian region. Ahead of its launch, the company confirmed some features of the earbuds. Now, the tipster Yogesh Brar has leaked the India price of the Ear (2). Also Read - Nothing Ear (2) TWS earbuds sale begins today: Check price, offers, and features
Nothing Ear (2) India price, availability
The Nothing Ear (2) is tipped to have a box price of Rs 12,999. The device is said to go on sale at Rs 9,999 or Rs 10,999. Also Read - Nothing Phone 2 spotted on BIS, launch imminent
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Also, Nothing Ear 2 is damn expensive compared to Ear 1
Box Price: ₹12,999
Sale price: ₹9,999/ 10,999
Given a choice will you pick Ear 2 or OnePlus Buds Pro 2 or Enco X2?
— Yogesh Brar (@heyitsyogesh) March 17, 2023
This will put it in line with some of the popular TWS earbuds such as the Oppo Enco X and the recently launched OnePlus Buds 2 Pro.
The earbuds should be available for purchase on Flipkart. Once the launch is done on March 22, we expect the earbuds to go on sale immediately.
Nothing Ear (2) specifications and features
For starters, the Nothing Ear (2) will bring the same transparent design as the Ear (1). The earbuds, however, will offer a few internal improvements.
The Nothing Ear (2) is confirmed to come with LDAC 5.0 (Low Latency Audio Codec) support. This means the audio from the earbuds will be of high quality, while offering low latency.
The earbuds will have an IP54 rating for dust and splash resistance. It is worth noting that this ingress protection is only for water splashes, so the buds won’t be waterproof.
The Ear (2)will come with an 11.6mm driver, which is the same as the EAR (1). The buds are expected to offer 6 hours of playback time without the case and 36 hours of playback with the charging case.
The earbuds will feature personalized Active Noise Cancellation and have different listening modes. Nothing will offer a Qi-compatible charger to charge the earbuds quickly via a USB Type-C port.
Once the Nothing Ear (2) arrives, the company’s existing Ear (stick) is expected to continue selling. That’s because Ear (stick) is a separate offering with a different set of features.