Nothing unveils Ear (2) TWS; Now available for pre-order at Digital Walker in the Philippines

Nothing founder Carl Pei says this time, they focused on improving the sound and design.
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Nothing unveils its fourth product, the Nothing Ear (2). Founder Carl Pei says this time, they focused on improving the sound and design.

The second generation Nothing Ear (2) now offers wireless Hi-Res Audio adding 24-bit LHDC codec, along with AAC and SBC. It’s powered by 11.6mm dynamic drivers and offers up to 36 hours of playback (including the case) with ANC off, and up to 22.5 hours with ANC on.

The earbuds come with light resistance to dust and water, thanks to an IP54 rating. It also features dual connection, allowing users to connect to two devices at the same time, with the device intelligently switching to whatever’s active.

Nothing (2) TWS

Nothing has improved the design, rebuilding the case with stronger, pressure-resistance materials. The buds remain roughly the same size as the first generation. The product as a whole is also lighter.

As for the ANC, it has been upgraded as well. It still cancels up to 40db, but with a better frequency range of 5000Hz. Moreover, Adaptive Mode is also added which detects distractions in the environment and adjusts accordingly. Meanwhile, noise cancellation is tailored to the exact shape of its user’s ears.

Nothing (2) TWS

In the Philippines, the Nothing Ear (2) TWS priced at ₱8,490, and it is also available for pre-order at Digital Walker online and retail stores until March 27, 2023.

See also: Digital Walker announces preview sale of Nothing Phone (1); Official price revealed

According to Nothing’s PH website, starting March 23, the following Digital Walker branches will have the Ear (2) on display tryouts experience:

  • Digital Walker Glorietta 2
  • Digital Walker SM Aura
  • Digital Walker SM Mall of Asia

The first gen Nothing Ear (1) is also available for ₱7,790.

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