Nothing Ear Stick

The new video didn’t reveal anything about the Ear Stick’s “roll to open” mechanism

Another Nothing product, its second pair of TWS earphones called ‘Ear Stick’ has yet to be officially launched, but has already been spotted twice on social media. While we still don’t know much about the earphones’ technical specifications, the video does give us a look at how the case opens and closes to allow access to the earphones themselves.

Unlike traditional headphone cases, including the Nothing Ear (1), the Ear Stick case, which is made to look like a fashion accessory, actually “rolls” into place to open and close.

The new case looks pretty good and the roll up mechanism gives it a touch of uniqueness compared to the sea of ​​TWS clamshell cases we already have. But a few questions that still need to be answered include details about the lifespan of the hingeless case and other details about the headphones themselves. Watch the video below.

According to leaks earlier this year, the Nothing Ear Sticks could be very similar in design and feature set to the Ear (1), but other leaks suggested that we won’t see active noise cancellation on the Ear Stick.

There’s nothing to officially launch the product yet, and while it continues to build hype for its product through small flashes, we’d still have to wait for the launch to know more details about what’s actually new with the headphones.

In other news, the Nothing Phone (1), which recently received a price discount in India as part of the country’s festive sales, is now receiving a new OTA update that bumps the phone’s software to Nothing OS 1.1.4 and brings many camera improvements. along with some new features and bug fixes.


I am Sanjit Gupta. I have completed my BMS then MMS both in marketing. I even did a diploma in computer software and Digital Marketing.

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