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Nothing is going to do magic with its latest Nothing Ear (a) wireless earbuds! It has been noted that Ishan Agarwal brought up a sweet glimpse into the device; currently, we have a lucid picture of what to expect from these next-gen TWS (True Wireless Stereo) buds. The expectation is that of an ardent fan of Marvel waiting for a new installment, and it is real as enthusiasts eagerly await the arrival of these sleek and burnished earbuds.

Let’s start with the Earbuds, primed to take the baton from last year’s successful Ear (2) model. Staying true to the brand’s aesthetic, they’ll have to stick to the classic black and white color options that fans had poured love towards. The design of the device seems to be following its ancestors’ footsteps, vaunting a familiar yet revamped look. With an expected price tag of €149, these buds vow to deliver premium sound quality and novel and spanking new features to aggrandize the listening experience.

Now, shifting our focus to the Ear(a) buds, they’re reforming their shape and disguises to take a form budget-friendly option in Nothing’s earbud lineup this year. Featuring the same transparent design and case as their pricier counterparts, they’ll be available in three vibrant colors: black, white, and yellow. Despite being more affordable, the Ear(a) buds do not skimp on features. Rumors that have been surfing a little above the sea level of Nothing Ocean speculate that they’ll come equipped with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), allowing users to submerge themselves in their favorite tunes without any distractions.

Additionally, the buds are rumored to offer dual-device pairing, making it convenient to switch between devices seamlessly.

Battery life is always a concern for wireless earbuds, but fret not! The Ear(a) buds are expected to stay late and act as your companion for up to 8 hours of playback time with ANC toggled off, ensuring that you can enjoy your music for extended periods without interruptions. With a starting price of just €99, they offer incredible value for money, making premium sound quality accessible to a wider audience.


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