TWS from Nothing’s upcoming sub-brand spotted on Bluetooth SIG, launch seems imminent

Highlights
  • Nothing might soon launch the Nothing ‘Particles by XO’ TWS in the market.
  • The Particles by XO appears to be a sub-brand of Nothing.
  • The TWS have today been certified by the Bluetooth SIG, hinting at an imminent launch.

Back in December 2022, we exclusively revealed the first look of the upcoming Nothing ‘Particles by XO’ TWS. Particles by XO will likely be the name of Nothing’s upcoming sub-brand, and the TWS have today been spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification, which hints that the launch of the TWS might not be too far away from now. The brand could very well start teasing the arrival of the Particles of XO TWS post the launch of the Nothing Ear (2) TWS on March 22nd.

Nothing ‘Particles by XO’ TWS are now Bluetooth SIG certified

Nothing Particles by XO Bluetooth SIG

As seen in the Bluetooth SIG certification website screenshot above, the Nothing ‘Particles by XO’ TWS (with the model number Nothing B154) have today been certified by the certification body. Though the certification does not tell us anything about the TWS, not even their moniker, it sure provides us with the model number, which we were able to map with the previous information that we shared. The Bluetooth SIG certification also opens up the gateway to further certifications, which the TWS might soon start receiving.

Nothing ‘Particles by XO’ design, specifications (expected)

The Nothing ‘Particles by XO’ will feature a unique design, with an L-shaped form factor, which means that the TWS will be pointed upwards when placed in the ear. The peanut-shaped design could ideally separate the Nothing ‘Particles by XO’ in the brand’s existing lineup of semi-transparent TWS. The design, even though minimal, is not going to be as transparent as the brand’s mainline Nothing Ear lineup of earbuds.

The Nothing ‘Particles by XO’ will feature LHDC and ANC support, thereby meaning that they might be placed in the premium TWS category. The TWS are expected to launch globally in the coming months.

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