The Sub-brand, CMF, will offer a new range of products that merges innovative design and functionality, making them more accessible to a broader group of purchases. Carl Pei has founded the brand, and he trusts his brand can also turn upside-down into the budget segment, which is why he introduced the CMF by Nothing as a sub-brand in early August.
If the post is to be believed on ‘X’ formerly Twitter, shared by Manu Sharma with the user name @buildingnothing, who is Nothing India’s VP and General Manager, stating that
“Mark your calendar. CMF by Nothing launch on 26 Sep.”
From this statement, it’s clear that the CMF is ready to introduce its first product launch event, which will take the floor on Tuesday, September 26.
CMF By Nothing Products
However, it is not expected that the brand will launch a new budget smartphone at the event, but yes! It plans to debut an affordable smartwatch with a 13-day battery breath, a set of wireless earbuds along with active noise cancellation (ANC) and a 65W GaN charger with dual USB-Cd and USB-A ports.
Dubbed Watch Pro by CMF, the wearable will allegedly feature a 1.96-inch AMOLED display with a brightness peak of 600 nits and enclosed in an IP68-certified aluminium body. It is also expected the battery breathes for up to 13 days with the support of a 330mAh cell; the watch will likely run an RTOS (Real-Time Operating System), which is generally found in affordable smartwatches sold in India and Asia.
Jumping on the wireless earbuds, they might be marketed as the Buds Pro and powered by 10mm dynamic drivers with 45dB ANC support. As per the leaked spec, it is expected that the battery life will be 11 hours, which can be extended to 37 hours along with the charging case. While the shortage of GaN chargers is not there, CMF’s 65W GaN power adapter could stand out with its bold choice and price. The product is also expected to arrive in the same bright orange colour as the brand’s logo.
The USB-C ports should output power at 65W, with the support of USB PD3.0 with PPS, Samsung Super Fast Charging, and Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4.0+ standards.