- The Nothing Ear (2) will be the third audio product under Nothing
- Its design is expected to remain the same as its predecessor
- The product could be launched as early as this month
After launching the Nothing Ear (Stick) true wireless (TWS) earbuds in October this year, it appears that the brand founded by Carl Pei, the cofounder of OnePlus, is gearing up to launch their next salvo in the true wireless space. The information comes courtesy of a certification post spotted in the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) database, which logs and certifies any Bluetooth product that is about to be launched in markets around the world. The post suggests the existence of a new product under the Nothing brand, called Nothing B155 internally, which could be launched soon. This has sparked expectations regarding the launch of a potential successor to the company’s TWS lineup — could it be the Nothing Ear (2)?
What the Nothing Ear (2) may bring to the table
There’s not a lot to go by based on the certification page on the Bluetooth SIG database, which reveals only the internal name of the device, the company name, that it is a wireless earphone in terms of product type, and that it is based on the Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity standard.
Other details, at least for now, remain obscure. Earlier, 91mobiles exclusively reported on the potential design of the Nothing Ear (2) TWS earbuds, which appear to be largely the same as its predecessor, the Nothing Ear (1). The buds resemble traditional OnePlus buds, but with a transparent outside body, and a transparent casing as well. As a result, any change in the specifications of the earbuds are likely to be spotted in the internal hardware specifications, which could come in the shape of new drivers, new magnets, enhanced audio specifications, noise cancellation or even battery life.
As of now, however, all of these details remain in speculation. Other tips around the industry have suggested that the Nothing Ear (2) TWS earbuds could be launched as early as this month itself, or by January next year at the latest. Given that the earbuds have now surfaced on the Bluetooth SIG certification page, it is likely that its launch is now imminent. More details should therefore come our way, soon.