Nothing is leaking the info on its first product drop by drop.
A week ago, the startup, founded by OnePlus’ co-founder Carl Pai, announced it will launch its wireless earbuds, the Nothing Ear 1, on July 27.
Nothing originally announced the earbuds months earlier as its first product, but shared nearly no information about them. Now, Nothing has announced the earbuds will be priced at €99 in Europe and $99 in the U.S.
The company also said the earbuds will have “state-of-the-art” active noise cancellation (ANC), using three high-definition microphones to drown out the outside noise and bring whatever you’re listening into focus.
Other than that, Nothing says users can expect “a premium user experience” and “leading specs” from the Ear 1.
In an interview with TechCrunch, Pei said the earbuds will have similar features as the AirPods Pro, which cost $249.
Finally, we got to see our first glimpse of the actual product, though it’s a bit hard to discern in the image Nothing shared on its Instagram channel. If you want to get a better idea of what the Nothing Ear 1 will actually look like, check out this concept image the company shared a few months ago.
The company says it will share more info leading up to the launch, which is scheduled on July 27.