Reportedly, the “Particles by XO” headphones will offer ANC and LHDC.

According to reports, Nothing is going to debut a pair of genuine wireless headphones under a new sub-brand.¬†developer Kuba Wojciechowski¬†discovered proof of unreleased “Particles by XO” earbuds after sifting through the company’s most recent firmware (via 91mobiles).

Particles by XO

The headphones have a distinctive design that resembles a peanut or a molecular chain. Wojciechowski states that the earbuds support the LHDC codec and have active noise cancellation. In other words, it appears Nothing is developing a product that combines the characteristics of its Ear 1 and Ear Stick wireless earbuds. A few pieces of evidence connect the earbuds to Nothing.

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Their internal codename within the corporation is “B154.” Nothing’s future Ear 2 headphones supposedly use the same codename, B155. The US Patent and Trademark Office granted “Particles by XO” trademark protection to “The Most Unknown LLC” on Saturday.

As for why Nothing, a firm with only three items to its credit, would debut another pair of wireless earbuds under a new moniker, it’s likely another marketing ploy by Nothing’s creator, former OnePlus CEO Carl Pei.

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