Introducing CMF by Nothing: Colorful, Affordable, and Capable Accessories


CMF by Nothing Products

On the 26th of last month, CMF by Nothing officially brought out three new products. Alongside the new products, Nothing has provided more information regarding the sub-brand. And for those who were wondering what CMF stands for, it is color, material, and finish.

The main goal of this sub-brand from Nothing is to provide eye-catching and capable products at affordable price points. And truth be told, with the brand-new products from CMF by Nothing, consumers now have some solid options for accessories within the budget-friendly price range.

CMF Buds Pro

CMF Buds Pro
CMF Buds Pro

Nothing’s expertise in audio accessories doesn’t require an introduction. Take the Nothing Ear (1) and Ear (2), for example. Now, even though the Buds Pro from CMF by Nothing is cheaper than the flagship earbuds from Nothing, it doesn’t skimp on the important factors.

Buds Pro CMF Call Quality

To start with, the CMF by Nothing Buds Pro features advanced Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) tech. It can offer up to 45dB of noise reduction across a wide 5000Hz range. In other words, you’ll be completely isolated from the external noise by keeping these earbuds on the ANC mode.

Battery Life CMF Buds Pro

But the ANC isn’t the only standout feature of the CMF Buds Pro. The earbuds also offer dependable battery performance. To be exact, they pack the largest battery found in any Nothing audio product.

But how dependable is the battery performance? You can get up to 6.5 hours with ANC on and 11 hours with the ANC off. In addition, the CMF by Nothing Buds Pro features a robust audio driver setup. The drivers are of LCP+PU, and they feature real-time bass adjustment tech.

Driver Setup CMF Buds Pro

These advanced audio technologies ensure that you get the most out of your audio playback.

You can pick the CMF Buds Pro in three different colors: Light Gray, Dark Gray, and Orange. And for those wondering, the Buds Pro from CMF by Nothing is going for $49/ ₹3499/ £49.

CMF Watch Pro

CMF Watch Pro
CMF Watch Pro

The CMF Watch Pro is the first-ever smartwatch from Nothing. And even though it’s Nothing’s first tech, the brand did a great job in designing and packing it with essential features.

In terms of the display, the CMF Watch Pro features a large 1.9-inch AMOLED screen. This panel boasts a resolution of 410×502 px, ensuring that all the texts and visual elements are crisp and well-detailed. What’s more important is that the peak brightness of the screen is 600+ nits.

Watch Pro Design

Thanks to such a high peak brightness rating, you can easily view the elements on the screen even in bright outdoor conditions. Another great thing about the screen is that its refresh rate is set at 58Hz. In comparison, most of the affordable watches feature a 30Hz refresh rate.

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This high refresh rate screen of the CMF Watch Pro ensures a smoother experience throughout the UI. The Watch dials will also feel vivid and fluid.

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Sport and Fitness Features

You also get some features that are usually not present in affordable smartwatches. For example, there’s GPS navigation in Watch Pro from CMF by Nothing. It can provide location tracking during walking, cycling, and hiking.

GPS features Watch Pro

On that note, the watch supports a wide range of workout and sports features. They will make it easier to keep track of your fitness level during workouts and activities.

Health Features Watch Pro CMF

Moreover, the Watch Pro from CMF by Nothing comes with health features. There are real-time blood oxygen and heart rate monitors. You can also track your sleep and stress levels with the watch.

Calling Feature and Pricing Information

Watch Pro from CMF by Nothing lets you make and receive calls. There’s an integrated speaker and microphone to handle your calling needs. And as the watch features AI-assisted calling features, you should get a hassle-free calling experience on it.

Calling Feature CMF Watch Pro

Regarding the pricing, the CMF Watch Pro will cost you £39/$39. You have the option to get the watch in two different finishes: Polished Metallic Gray and Dark Gray. For the Dark Gray, you can choose between two strap colors: Ash Gray and Dark Gray.

And for the Polished Metallic Gray, the Watch Pro from CMF by Nothing comes in a striking Orange Strap. On that note, in India, the Dark Gray is priced at ₹4499, while the Metallic Gray goes for ₹4999.

CMF Power 65W GaN Charger

The last product unveiled by CMF by Nothing is the CMF Power 65W GaN charger. It features two USB-C ports along with a single USB-A port. Thanks to having multiple ports, you can simultaneously charge up to three different devices with it. And true to its name, the total power output rating of the charger is 65W.

CMF Power 65W GaN Charger
CMF Power GaN Charger

The CMF Power 65W GaN charger delivers this 65W at 45W and 20W over the two USB-C ports. Alternatively, it can deliver 65W at 45W and 18W over the first USB-C port and USB-A ports. And when you use the three ports at the same time, the charger will automatically set the power output.

Power 65W GaN Charger Power Delivery Specs

Besides, the 65W GaN charger from CMF by Nothing has support for all the major charging protocols. That includes Power Delivery 3.0, QC 4.0+, Samsung 9V2A, Apple 2.4A, and others. The charger is also compliant with Apple’s MFI-certified USB cables.

Like the other products, you can choose the 65W GaN charger in different color options. It’s available in Dark Gray and Orange. And Nothing has priced the charger at $39/£39/ ₹2999.

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