CMF, the budget-friendly sub-brand announced by Nothing back in August, has officially launched its first line of products. The lineup includes a smartwatch, a pair of earbuds, and a GaN charger, all designed to offer high-quality features at an affordable price.
Starting with the $69 Watch Pro, the smartwatch features a 1.96-inch AMOLED display and built-in GPS. With a battery life that can last up to 13 days, the Watch Pro offers various health-focused features. These include real-time heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen saturation monitoring, sleep and stress level tracking, hydration reminders, and movement reminders. The device can also make and receive calls as long as it is connected to a phone via Bluetooth. However, it does not seem to have access to an app store for additional functionalities.
Moving on to the earbuds, CMF’s Buds Pro is priced at $49 and offers up to 45 dB of active noise cancellation. The earbuds utilize an algorithm and optimally positioned openings to reduce sound interference caused by wind. Additionally, the earbuds feature an AI noise reduction algorithm to ensure clear voice quality during phone calls. With one full charge, the Buds Pro can last up to 11 hours, and with the charging case, users can enjoy up to 39 hours of uninterrupted use before needing to recharge.
Lastly, CMF has introduced a 65W GaN charger with two USB-C ports and a USB-A port. According to the company, this charger can bring a Nothing Phone 2’s battery to 50 percent in just 25 minutes, showcasing its fast charging capabilities.
These CMF products will initially be available in limited quantities in India and the UK on September 30. However, Nothing plans to expand availability to other markets in the near future.
Overall, CMF’s debut product line aims to deliver affordable and feature-packed devices to consumers. With a focus on health monitoring, noise cancellation, and fast charging, these products offer a compelling option for budget-conscious individuals seeking high-quality tech gadgets.