Nothing Ear 1 will be on a discount during the Flipkart Big Billion Days Sale

During the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale, Nothing Ear 1 will be discounted. The earbuds will be discounted by Rs. 500 during the upcoming sale, which will run until supplies last. The Flipkart Big Billion Days sale starts on October 3rd, and the offer is expected to launch on the same day. Nothing, a new UK-based electronics brand backed by OnePlus Co-Founder Carl Pei, has released the Nothing Ear 1 true wireless stereo (TWS) earphones.

The Nothing Ear1 TWS earbuds will be available from October 3 for Rs. 5,499, according to the company. The earbuds were launched with a price tag of Rs. 5,999, so this is an Rs. 500 discount. From 12 a.m. (midnight) on October 3 to October 10, or until supplies last, the earbuds will be available at a discounted price. Flipkart is the only place to get the Nothing Ear 1.

The Nothing Ear1 will be listed with additional offers for Axis Bank and ICICI Bank cardholders in addition to the outright discount. With the Nothing Ear 1, Flipkart is also offering no-cost EMI and a six-month Gaana Plus subscription.

Specifications and features of the Nothing Ear 1

The Nothing Ear 1 features a see-through outer casing that reveals the insides of the earphones, as well as a transparent charging case. Active noise cancellation is available on the Nothing Ear 1 TWS, with two levels of intensity to choose from. There’s also a transparency mode that lets you hear what’s going on around you.

The Nothing Ear 1 is said to have a battery life of up to 5.7 hours per charge on the earpieces and up to 34 hours total with the case — that’s five additional charges. The Nothing Ear 1 case uses USB Type-C and Qi wireless charging for charging, with the earpieces magnetically latching on to draw power from the case’s battery. Fast charging is supported via USB Type-C, with a 10-minute charge promising up to 8 hours of listening time.

The 11.6mm dynamic drivers in the Nothing Ear 1 were designed and developed in collaboration with Teenage Engineering in Sweden. Bluetooth 5.2 is used for connectivity, and it supports the SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs. Touch controls for playback, noise cancellation/transparency modes, and volume controls are included in the earpieces.

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