Nothing Ear (2) India Price and Release Date Revealed

Nothing Ear (2)

Nothing is all set to launch the latest version of its TWS earbuds, the Nothing Ear (2), which boasts a significant improvement from its predecessor, the Nothing Ear (1). Although the external design of the earbuds will remain the same, the internal features have undergone significant upgrades. The earbuds have recently been priced in Europe, and the Indian pricing has also been leaked online ahead of the launch.

As per a renowned tipster, Paras Guglani, the highly anticipated release of the Nothing Ear (2) earbuds in India is scheduled for March 28. While the release date of the Nothing Ear (2) earbuds in India has been confirmed to be on March 28 by a popular tipster, Paras Guglani, there is still some ambiguity regarding whether this date pertains to the announcement of the price or the availability of the earbuds for purchase. Additionally, leaks indicate that the earbuds will only be offered in the white color variant in India.

As per Guglani’s revelation, the Nothing Ear (2) TWS earbuds are priced at ₹11,499 in India. However, during the first sale, they will be available at a discounted price of ₹9,499. Additionally, customers can benefit from an additional 10% discount through bank offers.

The upcoming Nothing Ear (2) TWS earbuds will feature a stem design with silicone ear tips that provide a comfortable and secure fit, as well as passive noise cancellation. 

The Ear (2) will feature Hybrid ANC, which will effectively reduce background noise for an immersive listening experience. The earbuds will weigh just 4.5 grams each, which is 0.2 grams lighter than the previous model. Additionally, the Ear (2) will have an IP54 rating for protection against water splashes and sweat.

The Nothing Ear (2) earbuds will continue to feature the same 11.6mm drivers as its predecessor. With this hardware, users can expect exceptional sound quality from the earbuds.

There have been rumors that the Nothing earbuds will enable the connection of two devices simultaneously, along with offering Personalized Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) that can adjust ANC strength to the user’s preference. The Advanced EQ feature will also allow users to customize their sound preferences.

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