Nothing Ear (2) set to launch on March 22nd: time, expected features

Nothing Ear (2) launch date has been announced. Check out to know about the Nothing Ear (2) expected features and more.

  • Nothing is preparing to launch Nothing Ear (2) this month.
  • The Nothing Ear (2) will most likely come with a similar design as the Ear (1).
  • The Nothing Ear (1) was launched in India in July 2021.

London-based consumer technology brand Nothing has announced that it is all set to launch the Nothing Ear (2) on March 22nd. On its official Twitter handle, the company has shared an image that confirms that the successor of Nothing Ear (1) is all set to arrive in the coming weeks. However, the company has not yet clarified if the product will be initially launched in India or globally. Let us take a look at the launch time and expected features of the upcoming Nothing Ear (2).

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Nothing Ear (2) launch date, time

Recently, the London-based business has tweeted many unusual images and even a video of the upcoming Nothing Ear (2), which is said to be among the company’s most anticipated products. And now, Nothing has revealed that Nothing Ear (2) will be released on March 22 at 15:00 GMT (8:30 PM IST). Except for the launch date and time, no other details have been shared by the company so far.

Nothing Ear (2) design, features (expected)

A recent leak of a render of Nothing Eat (2) suggests that the company will stick with a similar transparent design philosophy as seen on the Ear (1). The only change that can be seen from the outside is the placement of the noise-cancelling microphone – it used to be on the top, but will be near the red mark on the front of the Ear (2). To recall, the Nothing Ear (1) was launched in India in 2021 with a transparent design and ANC and was priced at Rs 5,999. However, the price of Nothing Ear (2) is still unknown.

The upcoming Nothing Ear 2 will probably have personalised active noise cancellation (ANC) that can be set to the level that the user wants. There will also be a “Transparency Mode,” which, as the name suggests, lets outside noise in while music is playing. It will support dual connectivity, which means that users can connect with two devices at once and switch between them easily. Last but not least, the company is likely also adding support for Advanced EQ with custom settings and the Find Earbuds Feature.