Nothing Ear Sticks teased, First look and more
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Nothing Ear Sticks teased, First look and more

    Posted by Rohit Yadav On 30-Sep-2022 10:02 AM

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Nothing's following product, the second pair of TWS earbuds called Ear Sticks, hasn't officially launched yet but has been spotted on social media twice. We don't know much about the specs for the earbuds yet, but the video gives us a glimpse of how the case can be opened and closed to access the earbuds themselves.


Unlike traditional earbud cases, including Nothing Ear (1), the Ear Stick case is designed like a fashion accessory that actually "rolls" into place and opens and closes.

The new case looks pretty cool and the rolling mechanism makes it feel unique compared to existing TWS clamshell cases. However, some questions that still need answers include details about the lifespan of the unhinged case and details about the earbuds themselves. A leak earlier this year suggested that the Nothing Ear Stick could be very similar to the Ear(1) earbuds in design and feature set, while other leaks suggested that the Ear Stick would not come with active noise cancellation.


Nothing is yet to release the Nothing Ear Stick officially. For more details, we have to wait and see what is actually different with the new TWS. Till then we can see the product through glimpses as Nothing continues to build hype for them.

In other news, the Nothing Phone 1, which was recently discounted as part of India's festive sale, has a new OTA update that brings the phone's software to Nothing OS 1.1.4, along with many camera improvements.

Nothing Phone 1 Specifications

The Nothing Phone 1 is a mid-ranger that is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 778+ 5G SoC paired with 8 or 12 GB of RAM. the phone comes with a 6.55-inch OLED FHD+ display with a 120 Hz refresh rate. As for the camera, Nothing Phone consists of a dual 50 MP camera system with a primary and an ultrawide sensor. It also features a hefty 4500 mAh battery with 33 W fast charging.

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