At the beginning of this month, Nothing officially introduced its upcoming affordable sub-brand, CMF by Nothing. Then, mere days later, we spotted two of the brand’s first batch of products (a smartwatch and a pair of earbuds) getting registered with the Bureau of Indian Standards, meaning they will definitely be available in India.
Today, a big leak brings us images of both the earbuds and the smartwatch, alongside a 65W GaN charger. These will allegedly constitute CMF by Nothing’s first trio of devices, all launching globally on September 26.
The smartwatch is rumored to retail in India for INR 4,500 (around $54 at the current exchange rates), with the earbuds going for INR 3,500 ($42) and the charger for INR 3,000 ($36). The Watch Pro will be available internationally for $69.
The CMF by Nothing Watch Pro comes with a 1.96-inch AMOLED screen with Always-on Display (AOD) support, an aluminum alloy case, 600 nits of peak brightness, 50 Hz refresh rate, 100 watch faces, 110 sports modes, a heart rate monitor, blood oxygen sensor, sleep tracking, stress monitor, Bluetooth 5.3 calling with AI noise reduction, IP68 water and dust resistance, GPS, and a 330 mAh battery good for approximately 13 days of use with AOD off.
The CMF by Nothing Buds Pro feature “best-in-class” 45dB ANC, “Ultra Bass technology”, 11 hours of non-stop music listening with ANC off from 55 mAh batteries, 10mm dynamic drivers, 3 HD mics per bud, “Clear Calls algorithm”, “Anti-wind noise structure”, and fast charge (10 minutes yields 3.5 hours of use) from the 460 mAh case. They’re IP54 certified.
The charger supports USB PD 3.0, Qualcomm QuickCharge 4.0+/3.0/2.0, charging Apple devices at 2.4A, Samsung at 9V2A, as well as SCP, FCP, PPS, and DCP. It will apparently get an early bird price or INR 2,499 ($30).
As you can see, these are very colorful, which is a big departure from Nothing’s transparent design language which features minimal colors. CMF by Nothing, on the other hand, seems to be all about bright colors that pop.
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