There won’t be any Ear 3 announcements anytime soon. Nothing has not yet made an official announcement about the product, but recent teases from the firm indicate that the third generation of Nothing Ears will probably be the next to go on sale. Nothing has yet to provide mysterious teases with mascots and animal emojis. The UK-based OEM has now disclosed the date of its upcoming Community update, which may include a hint of the Nothing Ear 3. Additionally, there have been some rumors that the corporation may release two additional goods.

Nothing uploaded a poster on X (previously Twitter) along with the description “Play Date.” A frog and a beetle are seen face to face on the poster. Nothing else is revealed by it. More information will be disclosed in the company’s next Community Update on April 18, according to the caption. A Nothing Community entry has also verified the same.

The frog and beetle emojis were used by the corporation to hint to an impending launch in the past. A teaser video of a frog jumping over an insect followed it. This is anticipated to allude to the Nothing Ear 3’s impending release. Compared to the Nothing Ear 2, which was designated by a beetle in advertising materials, they probably have a lot of improvements.

However, several people saw the teases of the frog and beetle as clues of two, not one, future items. Carl Pei, CEO of Nothing, cited a post about the potential debut of a Nothing speaker in conjunction with the rumored Nothing Ear 3. Nevertheless, neither the executive nor the corporation have acknowledged any rumors. It is advisable to approach all of these conjectures cautiously.

A Flipkart homepage for the Nothing Ear 3 has reportedly gone up, according to a MySmartPrice report, supporting the rumor that these are the next goods anticipated to appear. But the page was not accessible at the time this article was written.

The Nothing Ear 3, which has an 11.6mm custom driver, AI-backed microphones, and touch control capabilities, is anticipated to replace the Nothing Ear 2. The earbuds include an IP54 rating, Bluetooth 5.3 connection, and active noise suppression of up to 40dB. An IP55 rating is attached to the charging case. They retailed for Rs. 9,999 when they were first introduced in India and come in black and white.