Nothing Ear 1 price revealed ahead of July 27th launch; ANC feature confirmed

Nothing Ear 1 TWS earbuds will cost GBP 99 (approx INR 10,200) at launch.

  • Nothing Ear 1 price has been officially confirmed by the company. 
  • The earbuds will cost GBP 99 (approx. Rs 10,200) at launch and feature ANC (active noise cancellation). 
  • Nothing Ear 1 price in India could be a bit lower.

Carl Pei-owned Nothing has let the world in on about another key detail of its upcoming Nothing Ear 1 truly wireless earbuds. The information comes directly from a company representative, so we can rest easy knowing that it is accurate. The Nothing Ear Buds 1 will cost only GBP 99 (approx Rs 10,200). This, however, is the TWS earbuds’ global price. It could retail for a lot less in India, depending on whether Nothing chooses to manufacture it locally. Furthermore, the TWS earbuds will also come with several high-end features such as ANC (active noise cancellation), as we prophesised earlier.

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Also read: Nothing Ear 1 launch date officially revealed, will go on sale in India through Flipkart

We don’t know a whole lot more about the Nothing Ear 1 TWS earbuds, other than the fact that they will be launched globally on July 27th. They will be available for purchase in India via Flipkart initially. Earlier, Nothing teased that the earbuds would have a transparent design and would be significantly more compact than competitors’ offerings. A new teaser video from the company shows us what the Ear 1 could have in store for us, along with a sneak (read: blurred) peek at other goodies that it has in store for us. 

Upon closer inspection, we can see yet another mystery Nothing product (circled black) on the desk. To put things in perspective, the Nothing Ear 1 is circles red. It seems to be quite large for an audio product.

Nothing has remained quite mysterious about what it plans on selling. In an interview, Carl Pei said that he wanted to create a complete ecosystem of products, so we can expect to see Nothing dabble in just about everything ranging from TWS earbuds to smartphones, and maybe even notebooks.