The leak comes from Drew Henry, who has been reliable in the leaks department since the Ear 1 was announced. The MacRumors tipster has been in close contact with B’s engineers since the Ear 1 was announced. Most of the leak’s details are in
Nothing is set to announce its third pair of wireless earbuds, the Nothing Ear 2, on March 22. Despite being its first product in a crowded market, the Nothing Ear 1 was quite successful, thanks to its transparent design, decent sound quality, and value proposition. Leaked Nothing Ear 2 renders have already revealed the company intends to stick to the same strategy, with only some minor design changes planned. Now, spoiling Nothing’s party, a new leak has detailed the complete specs of the Ear 2 just a week before its official unveiling. As for the sound quality, the Ear 2 will feature dual noise-cancelling microphones, which should enable it to provide a better signal than the Ear 1. The latter is designed for use in noisy environments. The earbuds will come with a charging case, which will take two hours to fully charge.
While Samsung’s Ear 2 looks to be a solid competitor to Sony’s latest ANC-enabled earbuds, it doesn’
Based on the report from The Tech Outlook, the Nothing Ear 2 will feature 11.6 mm drivers — the same as the Ear 1. The earbuds will seemingly provide 6 hours of playback time, which can be bumped to 36 hours with the charging case. For comparison, this is slightly better than the Nothing Ear 1. The latter is rated to last for 5.7 hours with ANC disabled and up to 34 hours with the carrying case.