On March 22 we will have the first release of this year of Nothing. The announcement was made by the brand itself on its official website.
But a week before the official presentation of Nothing Ear (2), lo and behold, the new headphones were fully revealed in images spread on the web world. Come meet them.
Promo images fully reveal the new Nothing Ear model (2)
Last week, Nothing announced on their website that they would be releasing their first release of the year on March 22. Although the image of a beetle doesn’t reveal many clues, the slogan “better sound, better clarity, just better” definitely pointed to the introduction of the new Nothing Ear (2) headphones.
Now, some promotional images have been revealed online that fully reveal the new model of headphones. The information comes via TechOutlook publication and leaker Steve McFly (also known as OnLeaks). As we can see, the new Nothing Ear (2) will adopt a design very similar to its predecessors.
For this reason, we will once again have transparent headphones and a charging base, in a very typical style of the brand. As for the earbuds themselves, they’ll integrate silicone tips for better noise cancellation, and the stems of each earbud have a cutout to house the built-in microphone.
In turn, the charging base will have a semi-transparent design with a white cover that serves to cover the internal components of this device.
Expected specs on Nothing Ear (2)
However, previously published rumors have already revealed some of the specifications of the new Nothing Ear (2). Thus, the model will maintain the 11.6 mm drivers of the first generation.
Sources say that each earbud will provide up to six hours of battery life on a single charge. The charging dock has power for up to 36 hours of continuous playback and supports fast charging and Qi wireless charging.
Rumors also say that the Nothing Ear (2) will come equipped with Hybrid ANC technology that effectively reduces background noise and that each earphone will weigh 4.5 grams. Which means they will be lighter than their predecessors.
But the great novelty will be the fact that the active noise cancellation can be customized, adjusting the intensity of the ANC, and also the functionality that allows the new Nothing Ear (2) to be connected to two devices simultaneously.