The brand used advanced technology to create the perfect personalized listening experience.
London-based consumer electronics manufacturer Nothing has announced a new version of its wireless headphones. Ear (2) is positioned as "the first-ever second-generation product.
The company said that the Ear (2), certified for high-definition audio streaming, is an updated version of the Ear (1). The device, released in 2021, has sold more than 600,000 copies.
Externally, Nothing has retained the key design elements of the first version of the headphones. Inside, the device received many updates, new features, sound personalization, extended battery life, and improved moisture protection.
"We redesigned everything. We used advanced technology to create the perfect personalized listening experience," CEO and co-founder Carl Pei commented.
The new Ear (2) headphones have up to 36 hours of standby time and 6.3 hours of music playback time. You can control the device with "tap" actions and confirmation via haptic feedback. The new version supports Hi-Res Audio and is compatible with the LHDC 5.0 codec. The Ear (2) has a retail price of $149.