Nothing Ear (stick) gets spotted on FCC, packing Bluetooth 5.2 and more

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Last week, Nothing showed the world its upcoming Ear (stick)'s case during London fashion week. It appears to be cylindrical with a Nothing logo printed in the middle. Besides that, it also has a transparent case that wraps around alongside a red tip on one end. After seeing the design, it's now time to get to the technical aspect of the earbuds, as it has gotten spotted on FCC.

The product's model number is B157, registered by Nothing Technology Ltd, London. According to the listing, the Ear (stick) has a 36mAH Li-ion polymer battery unit. Meanwhile, the charging case packs a 350mAh battery. The listing also reveals there would be a Type-C to Type-C cable measuring 31cm in the box.

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Furthermore, the earbuds support Bluetooth 5.2 wireless connectivity with an operating frequency of 2402MHz to 2480MHz, and 1M/bit data run. In terms of dimensions, the product measures 140*32.5mm. Not only these, but an image has also hinted at a familiar design that we could see on the Ear (stick), with the outer body being transparent as well. There's still no news on exactly when the earbuds will arrive. However, Malaysia is definitely getting the product as it has gotten certified by SIRIM previously.

After launching the Nothing Phone (1), the newcomer certainly captured the crowd's attention. With that said, we can't wait to see the company's future products and how it'll work its magic in the industry. Drop a comment to let us know your opinion about the Ear (stick), and stay tuned to for more tech gadget reports.