Nothing Ear 1 Set To Launch Today in India

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Nothing is going to launch its first earphone Nothing Ear 1 in India today i.e. on 27th July. The teaser of this upcoming earphone has gone live on the e-commerce website Flipkart. It has become clear from this that the sale of this earphone will be done from Flipkart.

Nothing is going to launch its first earphone Nothing Ear 1 in India today i.e. on 27th July. The teaser of this upcoming earphone has gone live on the e-commerce website Flipkart. It has become clear from this that the sale of this earphone will be done from Flipkart. Users can get the latest features like Noise Active Cancellation in the upcoming Nothing Ear 1.

Nothing Ear 1

Nothing Ear 1 Launching Event

The launch event of the Nothing Ear 1 earphones will start at 6.30 pm. The event can be viewed live on Flipkart, the company’s Facebook page, and YouTube channel.

Nothing Ear 1

Expected Price of Nothing Ear 1

According to the media reports that have surfaced so far, the price of Nothing Ear 1 can be kept in the mid-premium range. Apart from this, customers can get great offers and deals on the purchase of earphones.

Expected Specifications of Nothing Ear 1

If the teaser is to be believed, then the Nothing Ear 1 earphone will be given a transparent design. Powerful bass and touch sensors can be found in this earphone along with noise active cancellation. Apart from this, not much information has been found.

Nothing Ear 1 can face tough competition from pTron Bassbuds Sports TWS in the Indian market. Talking about pTron Bassbuds Sports TWS earphones, its price is Rs 999. These earbuds come with in-ear fit support. This earphone has a strong battery, which gives a backup of more than 30 hours in a single charge. Its battery takes one hour to get fully charged.

Nothing Ear 1

For connectivity, the company has given Bluetooth 5.1 and USB Type-C ports in the earbuds. This earbud has got IPX4 waterproof rating. Also, a 6mm driver has been given in the earphone for great sound. Apart from this, there will be support for deep bass with Hi-Fi stereo.

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