The FCC has certified Nothing’s next headphones. What predict an imminent launch and discover some of their characteristics.
A few days ago, Nothing started communicating about its next product. It won’t be a new Nothing phone (2) smartphone, at least not yet, but a new pair of wireless earphones to complete the range alongside the ears (1): the Nothing ear (Stick).
Last week, the British manufacturer took advantage of the fashion week from London to unveil the case for its future earphones. We could then discover a tubular case in which the headphones would be stored. Now it’s the turn of the FCC, the Federal Communications Commission in the United States, to reveal some features and visuals of the manufacturer’s wireless headphones.
As reported by the site GSM Arenathe FCC has indeed certified Nothing’s headphones and has referenced some of their characteristics on its website.
A 36 mAh battery in each earbud
We can thus discover that the Nothing ear (Stick) will benefit from a Bluetooth 5.2 connection and that they will be supplied with a USB-C to USB-C cable for charging, 31 cm long. The headphones will also carry a 36 mAh battery each, while the case will benefit from a 350 mAh battery. For comparison, the Nothing ear (1) have a 31 mAh battery in each earphone and 570 mAh in the case.
In addition, the FCC site has also posted a photo allowing you to discover the size of the headphones by disassembling them. What to allow to discover not only the antennas integrated into the headphones, but also their partially transparent chassis, signature of Nothing obliges.
If the London brand has not yet officially presented its headphones, we have already been able to discover their design at the end of June. Leaker SnoopyTech then got his hands on the Amazon headphones page. What allow not only to discover their format without in-ear tips, their functions with the absence of active noise reduction, but an IP54 sealing certification, and their expected price of 100 euros.
We should know more about the Nothing ear (Stick) in the coming months on the occasion of the official presentation of the manufacturer. Certification by regulators is one of the last steps before a product goes on sale, so headphones shouldn’t take long to launch.
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