Nothing Ear 2 TWS earbuds renders leaked online, reveal similar design

This is what the Nothing Ear (2) earbuds will look like.

  • Nothing Ear 2 earbuds renders have surfaced online.
  • The earbuds have the same design as the predecessor with a transparent case and buds.
  • The Nothing Ear 2 will come with customised personalised ANC, dual connectivity, and a Transparency Mode.

Nothing is back in news yet again by confirming the launch timeline of the hyped Nothing Phone (2). The company is all set to foray into the US market later this year. The brand started off its journey with the launch of Nothing Ear (1) in 2021 and now it looks like the successor might be launching soon, though we don’t have a timeline yet. The Nothing Ear (2) Buds renders have surfaced online, courtesy of noted leakster OnLeaks in association with Smartprix. The first impression of the TWS earbuds is that the brand is retaining a familiar design with a transparent look.

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As said, the design hasn’t changed much except for some minor alterations. The only visible change to the external design is the placement of the noise-cancelling microphone, which was previously on the top and has now been moved to near the red-colour marking on the front. 

Nothing Ear (2)

The Nothing Ear (2) boasts of a similar design as the Nothing Ear (1). The carry case has a transparent look so do the earbuds. Other than the noise-cancelling microphone, the design is almost identical to the predecessor. If you liked the Nothing Ear (1) design, you will definitely like the Nothing Ear (2) as well.

Nothing Ear 2 features

Though the design hasn’t changed much, the publication reports some new features and inclusions. The Nothing Ear 2 will come with personalised ANC support, which allows users to have the freedom to set the level of noise cancellation as per their preference. There will also be a Transparency Mode, which as the name suggests will let the ambient noise in while listening to music. 

The Nothing Ear 2 Buds will have support for dual connectivity, which means users can connect with two devices simultaneously, and the user can switch between them seamlessly. Lastly, Nothing is also adding support for Advanced EQ with the custom settings and the Find Earbuds Feature.