Nothing Ear, Nothing Ear A TWS Earphones With Up to 45dB ANC Launched in India: Price, Specifications


Nothing Ear and Nothing Ear A were launched in India on Thursday, April 18. Nothing's new true wireless earphones support active noise cancellation (ANC) and Bluetooth connectivity. The Nothing ear is claimed to offer up to 40.5 hours of total battery life, while the Ear A is said to offer up to 42.5 hours of total playback time. Both the charging case and the earbuds sport the brand's signature transparent design. They come with in-ear detection feature and support dual connectivity.

Nothing Ear, Nothing Ear A price in India, availability

Nothing Ear is priced in India at Rs. 11,999, while the Nothing Ear A is listed at Rs. 7,999. Both earphones are available for purchase in the country via Flipkart from April 22. The earphones are available for pre-order today.

Nothing Ear and Nothing Ear A have been introduced in black and white color variants. However, the Ear A also comes in a third yellow color option.

Nothing Ear A Specifications, Features

The Nothing Ear and Ear A are equipped with 11mm dynamic drivers. While the Nothing Ears have ceramic diaphragms, the Ear A have PMI + TPU. They also support up to 45dB ANC and include a transparency mode. They offer multi-point connectivity, which means they can be paired with two devices simultaneously. These earphones are also equipped with in-ear detection feature and allow Google Fast Pair and Microsoft Swift Pair.

The newly launched earphones are equipped with pinch controls that can be used to control various functions. Both the Nothing Ear and Ear A are compatible with the Nothing X application where users can customize the sound.

The Nothing Ear and Ear A earbuds pack a 46mAh battery, while the charging case houses a 500mAh battery. The Nothing Ear A is claimed to provide a total battery life of up to 40.5 hours with the charging case on a single charge, while the Nothing Ear A is claimed to offer a total playback time of up to 42.5 hours under the same conditions.

The Nothing Ear earbuds come with an IP54 rating for dust and splash resistance and the charging case gets an IP55 rating. Meanwhile, the Nothing Ear A earbuds have the same certification but the case has an IPX2 rating. Both earphones also support Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity. Nothing Ear A supports SBC, AAC and LDAC codecs and Nothing Ear also supports LDHC 5.0 along with them.

Will the Nothing Phone 2 serve as a successor to the Phone 1, or will the two co-exist? We discuss the company's recently launched handsets and Orbital on the latest episode of the Gadgets 360 podcast. Orbital is available on Spotify, Gaana, JioSaavn, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, and wherever you get your podcasts.
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