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Nothing ear (1) will be equipped with active noise canceling and will cost about Rs 10K.

Nothing ear (1) will be equipped with active noise canceling and will cost about Rs 10K.

Nothing ear (1) will be equipped with active noise canceling and will cost about Rs 10K. London-based Nothing, the newly-launched company of OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, revealed on Tuesday. That its forthcoming truly wireless earbuds — the Nothing ear (1) — will have Active Noise Cancellation. Nothing ear (1) will be available later this year.

The firm also announced that its truly wireless earbuds. Which will be available for purchase in India on July 27 and across the rest of the globe on the same day. Would cost 99 pounds (about Rs 10,227 approx).

According to the firm, “Along with its distinctive appearance, Nothing ear (1) will include state-of-the-art Active Noise Cancellation. Which will use three high definition microphones to bring your music, videos, and podcasts into sharp focus.”

For £99 GBP, users may expect a premium user experience, as well as cutting-edge specifications like adaptive noise cancellation (ANC).

Recent comments from Manu Sharma, Vice President and General Manager of Nothing India. Said that the business is presently focusing on providing customers with the Nothing ear (1) product. He also stated that India is a very significant market for the company.

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“We think the earphones industry is crying out for uniqueness. A sector where we can enhance design while delivering value from day one,” Sharma said last week in an interview.

According to the business, the truly wireless earbuds, which were previously slate to be release in June, would blend raw beauty with precise engineering to provide a clean sound experience for users.

Earlier this year, the firm announced its entry into the Indian market in collaboration with the country’s indigenous e-commerce platform, Flipkart.

Nothing has said that Flipkart would play a critical role in expanding the company’s footprint in India and releasing its highly awaited true wireless earbuds, which are currently in development.

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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