No headphones might be launched in the future, according to the company

No headphones might be launched in the future, according to the company ...

The Carl Peis brand''s first product included the Nothing Ear (1) TWS earbuds. The company then launched the Nothing Phone (1), which was initially launched earlier this year in July. Now, the company has indicated (?) that it might include a set of over-the-ear headphones in the future.

Carl Pei, the founder of Nothing, tweeted about a fan-created Nothing Headphone. Peis, according to Peis, has tweeted about the company''s decision, implying that the company might just go ahead and introduce a set of over-the-ear headphones. Peis was also concerned about a Yanko Design website that covers internationally product designs.

Should we be there?

The renders from Yanko Design are rendered in black and white shades. Pei, in his tweet, described the design as cool.

Nothing last week announced the release of its Nothing Ear (Stick) TWS earbuds. The Nothing Ear (Stick) will launch on October 26th at 7:30PM IST. We have yet to know how it will look and what to anticipate from the Nothing Ear (Stick) TWS earbuds.

Before the launch of the Ear Stick this year, no detail has been revealed: watch a hands-on video

Reviews of Nothing Phone (1): nothing, nothing, anything.

Nothing Phone (1) is new, but a camera upgrade, with the Android 13 beta coming later this year.

The Nothing Ear (Stick) will have a half-in-ear wireless earbuds design, which is claimed to offer exceptional comfort. The earbuds are placed within the lip-stick-like case and they seem identical to the original Nothing Ear (1), although no harware statements have been disclosed. However, the material, which appears to be similar to the Nothing Ear (1) in terms of functionality, will be identical.

Nothing has confirmed that the Nothing Phone (1) will receive the Android 13 beta update before the end of this year. There is no specific date from the company yet. The Nothing OS 1.1.4 update has been issued recently, which is the company''s fourth update.