Nothing Launches Ear (2) TWS Earbuds in Black with Hi-Res Audio, Active Noise Cancellation, and a $149 Price Tag

Riding on the heels of the Phone (2) unveiling, Nothing has also finally announced a black variant for its flagship Ear (2) TWS earbuds, for people who want to embrace the dark side. Just like its white counterpart, the Ear (2) Black comes with Hi-Res Audio certification and LHDC 5.0 technology. The earbuds come equipped with an 11.6 mm custom driver, delivering deep, powerful bass and crystal-clear highs. The new dual chamber design enhances the overall sound quality by improving airflow. Additionally, the earbuds feature Dual Connection for seamless device switching, Personal Sound Profile for a personalized audio experience, and improved wind-proof + crowd-proof Clear Voice Technology. The Personalized Active Noise Cancellation feature adapts to the unique shape of the user’s ear canal, providing bespoke noise-canceling that’s tailor-made to your needs.

Designer: Nothing

A recent winner of the Red Dot Award: Product Design, the Ear (2) has that familiar design that we all know and love. Now in a black finish, it explores the use of transparency, glossy black plastic, and matte-black housing and ear-tips. This contrast allows the Ear (2) to stand out so wonderfully, as does its unique case, which still remains one of our favorites in the aesthetics department.

Along with the Ear (2) black variant, Nothing announced upgrades to both the Ear (2) and the Ear (stick) in the form of a new, advanced equalizer. “This new advanced equalizer gives users even more freedom to control how they want to hear their music through an intuitive and simple graphical interface,” says the Nothing team. “It allows a deep level of customization through a parametric 8-band equalizer with a real-time preview of the changes, the full Q factor, and frequency control.” Available via the Nothing X app, this new feature will also let users share their EQ profile or download others through a QR code.

The Nothing Ear (2) Black is available now via a limited drop on the website and will be more widely available from 21 July.