Nothing has announced its second audio product, the Ear (stick) wireless earphones.
The buds use a half in-ear design (read: no silicone tips) that rests in the folds of the ear while directing sound towards the ear canal. This means there’s no active noise cancellation.
Powered by custom 12.6mm drivers, the Ear (stick) uses Clear Voice Technology to helps reduce environment noise when you’re on a call. There’s also a Bass Lock feature that dynamically adjusts the bass to your surroundings.
The buds are also IP54 water- and dust-resistant.
Other features include customizable gesture controls, EQ settings adjustments, and a Find My Earbuds function all accessible via Phone (1)’s quick settings toggle. If you have a different phone, you can download the Nothing X app to access said features.
The P5,990 Ear (stick) comes in a lipstick-like transparent case with a twist-to-open mechanism. Battery life is claimed to be up to seven hours on a single charge, while the charging case provides an additional 22 hours.