Nothing Ear 1 TWS Earbuds Tipped to Get a Black Colour Variant


The Nothing Ear 1, the company’s first pair of true wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds, may soon be available in a black color variant. The wireless earbuds can currently be bought in a single white color option with a transparent design. The Nothing Year 1 gets features like Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Transparency Mode, Touch Control, Wireless Charging and IPX4 Water Resistance. The company is reportedly looking at launching a new color variant in the future, which could also feature a similar transparent design.

according to a report good Quoting tipster Ishan Agarwal by 91mobiles, nothing ear 1 Launched in India in July with a new Black colorway along with the White option may soon be available in two color variants. The Year 1 was the first product launched by Nothing, a UK-based company co-founded by Carl Pei. oneplus, As per the report, these earbuds are likely to have the same specifications as the current white variant.

NS Nothing ear 1 TWS earphones were launched back in July, and are priced at Rs 6,999. They were developed in collaboration with Sweden-based Teenage Engineering. These earbuds feature 11.6mm dynamic drivers and come with support for ANC, a feature offered by other brands in this price segment. They also come with support for transparency mode for users who want to listen to their surroundings through their earbuds.

Users can manage playback, ANC on/off and transparency mode with touch controls on the earbuds. The Nothing Ear 1 has an IPX4 rating for sweat resistance, making them perfect for workouts. They offer up to 5.7 hours of battery life per charge, with a total of 34 hours with the charging case. The earbuds support both SBC and AAC codecs, which means they are compatible with both iOS and Android devices.

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