The cryptic insect-themed teaser from Nothing has sparked speculation that it could be hinting at the launch of the Ear 2. The upcoming launch of Nothing’s new pair of earphones seems imminent, as the Nothing Ear 2 design has already revealed by Smartprix last month. In a recent tweet, Nothing teased its audience with a cryptic image of a beetle, accompanied by the caption “Ladybug out, beetle in,” suggesting that the current flagship earbuds, the Nothing Ear 1, will soon be replaced.
It seems that Nothing has replaced the ladybug, which it heavily promoted while marketing the Ear 1, with a new mascot – the beetle – for its latest line of wireless earbuds.
Smartprix reported exclusively last month that the Nothing Ear 2 is set to offer numerous improvements over its predecessor, the Nothing Ear 1 TWS. One of the rumored enhancements is the inclusion of multipoint connectivity, which would allow the user to pair the earbuds with two devices simultaneously.
In addition, the Nothing Ear 2 is expected to offer customizable active noise cancellation (ANC), giving users the ability to adjust the level of noise cancellation according to their preferences. The new earbuds are also rumored to feature advanced EQ, Locate earphones, and a transparency mode, among other cutting-edge features.
Leaked renderings suggest that the Nothing Ear 2 will retain the same design as its predecessor, the Nothing Ear 1. Furthermore, it is expected that the earbuds will feature the same translucent charging case as the previous model.
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