Nothing ready to launch the Ear Sticks: here is the date

On 21 September, on the occasion of London Fashion Week, the new Nothing brand – founded by Carl Pei, formerly of OnePlus – began to talk about its new headphones, which take the name of Ear Stick. Yesterday, Tuesday 4 October, the same company announced that it has scheduled a live presentation event for its next generation earphones , which will be officially unveiled on 26 October.

During the London fashion week, Nothing fans were able to receive a first taste of the charging case of the Ear Stick. The product looks inspired by modern cosmetics: the charging case takes on a unique cylindrical shape , reminiscent of a lipstick container. A very interesting detail, even if Nothing avoided showing the appearance of its earphones during London Fashion Week.

However, as mentioned, it looks like we won’t have to wait too long to see the Ear Sticks. But what will be the main features?

In late June, Twitter user Mukul Sharma released a leak showing that the earbuds had remained mostly unchanged from a design standpoint. Fortunately, the FCC certification that came the following week of London Fashion Week provided some more information.

Ear Sticks

Nothing’s Ear Sticks are expected to be equipped with a 350mAh battery , which will be smaller than the 570mAh battery that the company’s first earphones could rely on. Additionally, the earbuds will have a 36mAh battery , which will be slightly larger than Nothing Ear 1’s 31mAh battery.

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The new earphones of the brand founded by Carl Pei are also described as true wireless half in-ear products , able to guarantee the right compromise between a certain level of performance and the necessary comfort. The brand ensures that the Ear Sticks will be very light and very comfortable to wear, thanks to the ergonomic design that molds itself in the best way on the ears.


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