- The Nothing ear (1) TWS earbuds will be launching in India
- They will be available through Flipkart
- The earbuds are expected to sport a transparent design
The Nothing ear (1) TWS earbuds will be launched in India, the Carl Pei-led company has confirmed The new earbuds will be available for purchase through Flipkart in the country. It is likely that the company may launch the Nothing ear (1) next month, given that Carl Pei had confirmed that the June launch was delayed.
In January, the former co-founder of the OnePlus brand, Carl Pei partnered with high-profile investors to announce the Nothing brand. Starting with ear (1), the company will be launching consumer tech products with iconic designs.
Nothing ear (1) launch date
Nothing is yet to confirm the launch date of the ear (1). However, the company confirmed that the India launch of the ear (1) will take place out alongside the global launch.
Since the microsite for the Nothing ear (1) is now live on Flipkart, it appears that the earbuds may go official soon. The e-commerce site will offer fast delivery and no-cost EMI for the upcoming earbuds.
Recent reports have revealed that the Nothing ear (1) will be sport a unique transparent design. However, specific details on its features are not known yet. Describing the design of the product, Carl Pei had previously claimed, ““We peel off everything superficial, like unnecessary branding on the surface, to focus solely on what adds true value to the user experience.”
Nothing’s plans for Indian market
Manu Sharma, Nothing’s Vice President and General Manager for India operations recently told India Today, “We recognise the need for good value, and it is something we take seriously in our product development, alongside our commitment to removing barriers and bringing a unique design to life. You can expect to see leading specs at the right price.”
As far as after-sales service is concerned, Sharma added that ear (1) users will be able to get in touch with its customer support team through email or toll-free phone numbers. The company will be offering 205 service points across 171 cities in the country. It will also offer price and drop service in locations where there is no service center.