Nothing confirms that its first product will arrive this summer

Nothing is all set to launch its first audio product this summer. The upcoming audio device could be a True Wireless Earbuds (TWS) with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and wireless charging.

Nothing, a new tech brand founded by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, has announced that it will launch its first product. The new product could launch with the moniker, the Nothing Ear (1), this summer. The Nothing Ear (1) are true wireless earbuds with a distinctive transparent design and features like active noise cancellation (ANC) and wireless charging . The company had previously teased the product launch in a now-deleted tweet, but it seems that it is finally ready to reveal what it has in store for the customers.

The deleted tweet hinted at a new product reveal, and all signs point towards wireless earbuds. Nothing’s signature minimalist design and focus on transparency have us picturing sleek, eye-catching buds that break the mold. Furthermore, The timing of the tweet and recent activity suggest a summer launch. Also Read: Nothing launching Nothing?

Nothing True Wireless Earbuds

Cael Pei previously indicated that his company would concentrate on audio accessories. Now, Nothing focuses on audio accessories. The venture’s first product is likely to be the Nothing Ear (1), which are true wireless earbuds with a transparent design and active noise cancellation (ANC) . This audio accessory will competes with other premium earbuds like the Sony WF-1000XM4 and the Apple AirPods Pro.

Pei also revealed that Nothing is working on a range of smart and connected consumer electronics, which will be released later this year. In an interview, Pei told to Bloomberg that wireless earbuds will be the first devices to be launch by Nothing. Meanwhile, there is no info if these earbuds is likely to fall under standard wireless earbuds or truly wireless earphones category.

Nothing's Founder Carl Pei
Nothing’s Founder Carl Pei

Nothing to launch Multiple Products

Nothing’s Founder Carl Pei quoted, “We’re building an ecosystem of smart devices. He also added, “We’ll start with simpler Nothing products, wireless earbuds. We’re going to launch multiple products throughout this year. The company will not only launch audio products. However, we want to build it so these devices can connect and talk to each other.” 

To recall, Nothing was launch as a consumer technology brand to grow audio smart products in particular. Unfortunately, Pei did not announce specifics of the new wireless earbuds design and specifications. It is still unknown whether we should expect wireless earbuds (like the Pixel Buds or OnePlus Bullets Wireless series) or if we should expect true wireless earbuds. Also Read: Google to bring new anti-tracking privacy feature for Android

Nothing: Other Product and Devices

Earlier this month, A tweet came from the company’s twitter handle about its remarkable announcement. This announcement was interpret as a product launch in the following week. The tweet reads, “A new important milestone in Nothing’s journey is coming up next week”.  However, the tweet was deleted next day.

Nothing to launch earbuds as first product, Nothing Ear 1
Nothing to launch earbuds as first product

Also there is no info about the other devices that will be launching later this year after the ear phones. However, There is no info about the upcoming Nothing product at the moment. Pei refused to share any details regarding any other device that the company is planning to launch in the future. Smartphone, laptop, wearable, audio, intelligent TV etc. that help in the vision of the company to provide an ecosystem of connected products. Also Read: Noise ColorFit Pro 3 launched in India with SpO2 monitoring, heart-rate tracking

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