Nothing Ear 2: Latest Leaks and Specs Confirmed
Nothing, the technology company known for its innovative products, is set to unveil its newest set of true wireless earbuds on March 22. As we lead up to the launch event, the company has confirmed some exciting details about the product on Twitter.
Improved IP Rating
The new earbuds, called the Nothing Ear 2, will have an IPX4 rating, which is a step up from the IP53 rating of the previous generation. This means that the earbuds are protected against water splashes, making them more durable and suitable for outdoor activities.
LHDC 5.0 Codec Support
Another exciting feature of the Nothing Ear 2 is the support for the LHDC 5.0 codec, which is a significant improvement over the AAC and SBC codecs supported by the previous generation. LHDC is known for its superior audio quality, making it an excellent choice for audiophiles.
Nothing has also shared some behind-the-scenes information about the production process of the Ear 2, indicating that the new earbuds will be of higher quality than their predecessors. However, this may also mean a price increase over the original $99 cost of the Nothing Ear 1.
Stay tuned for more updates on the Nothing Ear 2 as we approach the launch event on March 22!