Nothing's first pair of TWS earbuds gets closer to launch with approval for sale in India
Carl Pei's new start-up Nothing is slated to launch its inaugural product, a pair of TWS earbuds, at some point in June 2021. This event now seems closer than ever with a new leak. It consists of an alleged BIS certification for the company's first device
Carl Pei has recently gone from OnePlus to Nothing in the course of his career. The newer start-up purports to distinguish itself in the future with products that offer a "seamless" relationship between themselves and their users. They are currently thought to be focused on personal audio, although it has also acquired what is left of the former smartphone brand Essential.
Pei has confirmed most of these indications by announcing that Nothing will launch its first pair of TWS earbuds in the second half of 2021. The executive has hinted that they might balance function and style in a minimalist design intended to stand out from the crowd, as opposed to the typical popcorn or stemmed form-factors.
However well this might pan out in reality has yet to be seen. TWS fans may not have too long to wait now, as Nothing has reportedly certified these Ear 1 buds for use in India, suggesting they will launch in that market soon. According to the tipster Mukul Sharma, they have the model number B181, although no additional details or specs (their Bluetooth standard, for example) are included in this new leak.
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