Nothing, the tech company founded by Carl Pei, has unveiled an exciting update to its popular earbuds, the Nothing Ear (2). The latest variant of the Ear (2) now features a sleek black design, exuding elegance and sophistication.

With black accents on the main body and ear tips, as well as a black case insert visible through its clear lid, the new black edition adds a touch of versatility to the minimalist aesthetic.

Beyond the visual enhancements, Nothing has also introduced software upgrades to enhance the user experience of the Ear (2) Black variant. The new first-party EQ (Equalizer) boasts advanced features such as Q Factor and frequency control, enabling users to personalize their audio experience by adjusting bass, treble, and more. The software update also improves Bluetooth connectivity and addresses battery drain concerns, ensuring seamless wireless audio streaming.

Nothing Launches Its Latest Wireless Earbuds Nothing Ear (2)
Nothing has also added multi-device connectivity to the Ear (2), meaning that you can now connect the earbuds to two devices at the same time and automatically switch between them.

To celebrate the launch, Nothing has made a limited batch of the Ear (2) Black variant available for purchase on their official website at the same price as the white variant, priced at $149/€149.