Nothing has released the sequel to its popular TWS earphones. The new Nothing Ear 2 looks exactly the same at first look but did gain a few improvements behind the surface.

First, the new Nothing Ear 2 gets a new diaphragm for the 11.6mm drivers, which are made of graphene and polyurethane. Voice calls have also been improved as the company reworked the wind-proofing to capture your voice clearer.


The new Ear 2 also has adaptive active noise cancelation (ANC) that can remove unwanted noise based on your own personal ear profile and surroundings.

One big addition is the LHDC 5.0 audio codec support for streaming Hi-Res audio. The buds can also offer personalized sound profiles based on your ear shape, which you can calibrate by doing a quick test on the Nothing X companion app. You can also use the app to play with the EQ settings.


Nothing claims that the battery can last for up to 36 hours with the charging case. The said case has a USB Type-C port for charging and also has support for 2.5W wireless charging.

Also onboard are Google Fast Pair and Microsoft Swift Pair, dual paring, IP55 water resistance rating for the case, and IP54 for the buds.


The Nothing Ear 2 has a price of Php8,490 in the Philippines and is now up for pre-order at Digital Walker stores and website until March 27.

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