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Nothing is reportedly going to release true wireless headphones under the new flanker brand. Digging into the company’s latest firmware, (via ) found evidence of an unreleased set of Particles by XO headphones.

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The colors of the headphones display a unique design that resembles a peanut or a molecular chain. According to Wojciechowski, the headphones include LHDC codec support and active noise cancellation. In other words, Nothing seems to be making a product that has features from both its own and wireless buds. There is some evidence linking headphones to the Nothing. For starters, the company’s internal code name for them is “B154”. Nothing has reportedly used a similar codename, B155, for its upcoming Ear 2 headphones. On Saturday, Particles by XO, a trademark of The Most Unknown LLC, was awarded.

As for why a Nothing company with just three products to its name would create a new brand just to launch another pair of wireless headphones, it’s likely just another marketing ploy by the company’s founder, a former OnePlus executive.

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