Nothing Ear (2) launch: Truly authentic sound 


The second-generation Nothing Ear (2) has been formally presented, almost 18 months after the release of the wireless Bluetooth earphones of the original generation.

At a formal live-streamed announcement presented by company founder Carl Pei, information on the earphones was disclosed. The transparent design and polish of the Nothing Ear (1) and Ear (2) both continue to set the earphones apart from many other comparable goods. The microphones and vents on each earbud have been moved slightly, but otherwise, not much has changed on the outside.

  • No Nothing Ear (2) Improved LHDC 5.0 technology, Gaming mode, and active noise cancellation are all included with TWS earphones.
  • The second version of Nothing Ear (2) with an adaptive mode, 36 hours of battery life, and Hi-Res audio certification.


Studio quality 

Ear (2) has ANC that can reduce noise by 40 dB and is comparable to the original Nothing Ear (1). The three accessible settings, Light, Maximum, and Transparency, can be used to adjust this. The revised Nothing X app can be used to control all three modes and is touted to give enhancements in each. You may also modify and personalize the new squeeze controls for each earbud stems within the program.

Nothing-Ear-2-1 (1)

Single presses play/pause, refuse, or answer/hand up calls by default. Double presses skip ahead or reject calls. Triple presses skip back. The ANC and Transparent modes may be switched by pressing and holding either earpiece.

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Re-engineered brilliance 

Although the first earphones’ sound profile was adequate, Nothing has taken the time to enhance the audio and connectivity features for the company’s fourth hardware release to date. This is accomplished using a new “Personal Sound Profile” option, which evaluates the audio seal using an ear tip fit test and modifies the profile as necessary.


A larger interior chamber and 11.6mm dynamic audio drivers enhance the listening experience’s richness. With each earbud capable of transmitting frequencies up to 24 bit/192 kHz at up to 1 Mbps, LHDC 5.0 codec technology provides better audio quality.

Dual Connection 

The Nothing Ear (2) may be linked to two laptops or tablets as well as a smartphone simultaneously in dual connection mode. When audio playback is recognized, the Ear (2) will stream whatever is playing from the corresponding device.


The Ear (1) has Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity, which should improve upon the somewhat weak connections it had during our original testing period back in 2021. The Nothing Ear (2) also supports Microsoft Swift Pair on Windows computers and Google Fast Pair for rapid connectivity with your Android devices. While utilizing the Game Mode on a phone (1), a low-latency “Low Lag Mode” will turn on automatically.

Water resistance 

While the charging case is IP55 protected against water and dust entry, each earbud only has an IP54 rating. This time, the transparent casing is much more compact, measuring 55.5 x 55.5 x 22 mm and weighing 51.9g. Only 4.5g make up each earbud.


Personal Sound Profile 

Nothing specifies that the 33mAh batteries in the Ear (2) earphones can operate for up to four hours with ANC on or six hours and 20 minutes off. The charging case adds 485mAh, which translates to an additional 22.5 hours of Actual usage or 36 hours of standby time. With ANC turned off, a 10-minute fast charge gives each earbud eight hours of listening time. Both cable charging through USB-C at 10W and Qi wireless charging at 2.5W are supported by the case.

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Priced at $149, £129, or €149, the Nothing Ear (2) earbuds may be pre-ordered directly from nothing. tech, the Nothing Store Soho in London, and a few Kith locations in the US, France, and Japan. General sales start on March 28 at a few online and physical stores, including StockX for American customers.

The London-based company also verified that more than 1,000,000 pieces of the Ear (1) and Ear (stick) had been sold globally since its introduction. Later this year, Nothing is expected to release the Phone (2), which will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8-series chipset (predicted to be the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1) and likely arrive with Nothing OS 1.5 on top of Android 13.

Nothing Ear (2) Price 

The Nothing Ear (2) costs $149/£129/ Rs 9,999 {in India}

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