The Nothing Ear (1) has a follow-up called, well, Nothing Ear (2). The new Nothing Ear (2) ditches off-the-shelf drivers in favor of an in-house custom driver. The 11.6 mm driver promised to deliver studio-quality sound with more bass and even richer high notes.

Nothing Ear (2) True Wireless Sound Earbuds

The earbuds of the new Nothing Ear (2) further tout an all-new dual chamber design to promote smoother airflow for “brighter, clearer audio.” And it is now Hi-Res Audio Certified for playback up to 1 Mbps, supporting frequencies of up to 24bit/192 kHz. Couple that with the LHDC 5.0 codec, and you can enjoy powerful pure audio with no quality damage.

The new Nothing TWS earbuds also boast up to 40 dB active noise cancelation that handles 2.5x higher noise cancelation bandwidth over the Ear (1). It offers three levels of user-selectable ANC. You may also let Ear (2) take control. The choice is yours. In addition, users will be able to create their own hearing ID in the Nothing X app for a personal sound profile.

The Ear (2) support dual connection via Bluetooth 5.3, and can intelligently switch between two connected devices. This means, when connected to a laptop and a smartphone, you can listen to music on a laptop and when a call comes, it will automatically cut to the phone.

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Nothing Ear (2) True Wireless Sound Earbuds

Aesthetically, the Nothing Ear (2) inherits the same transparent design of the first but it is smaller, and lighter while having better battery life. Each earbud is armed with a 33 mAh battery and the charging case packs a 485 mAh battery. All told it offers up to 36 hours of music playback. The case supports both wired and wireless charging.

Other features include Low Lag Mode for seamless gaming, IP54 rated for water and sweat resistance (IP55 for the case), in-ear detection, and press control.

The Nothing Ear (2) is available to buy today for US$149.

Images: Nothing.

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