CMF By Nothing Watch Pro Display Specifications Revealed Ahead of September 25 Launch

Have you marked the date..! Yes, Nothing is this close to launching the first product of its sub-brand, “CMF by Nothing” on 26 September 2023, at 2:30 pm IST. According to previous reports, It is already revealed that the brand plans to launch a budgetable smartwatch which may be powered by a 13-day battery breath. Now, the company revealed the display specification of the CMF by Nothing Watch Pro. And here’s something more about the smartwatch. 

It is expected that the Sub-brand, CMF, will introduce a new range of products that combines original design, brand-new functionality, and features, making them easier to appreciate to a broader bundle of purchases. Now the new information is revealing more about the upcoming Nothing Watch Pro smartwatch. 

If the post on Instagram is to be believed, which is shared by an official handle of the brand, reveals more about Nothing Watch Pro regarding its display specifications, which will surely enhance the viewing experience of the users. In the post, the brand shared a rough dimensional image of the smartwatch, which indicates that the watch will take a circular square-like shape, with a button placed on the edge. 

CMF By Nothing Watch Pro Display Specifications

The brand reveals that the upcoming Nothing Watch Pro will feature a 1.96-inch AMOLED display, along with 410 X 502 resolution and 600+ NITS. For balancing the frame rate and graphics quality it has 58 FPS. Apart from this, it will provide an AOD (Always On Display) facility.  

Nothing Watch Pro

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