Nothing Expands CMF Series Globally, Unveils Affordable Buds Pro and Watch Pro

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Nothing Expands CMF Series Globally, Unveils Affordable Buds Pro and Watch Pro
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Nothing has announced a broader availability of its CMF series products. The devices are set to reach Germany, as well as numerous other countries in Europe, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas.

Under the CMF brand, Nothing unveiled budget-friendly wireless in-ear headphones, a smartwatch, and a 65-watt GaN charger in October 2023. The headphones and smartwatch will be available in Germany from December 2023, exclusively through Amazon. Pre-orders for the products will be open starting November.

The CMF Buds Pro are wireless in-ear headphones with active noise cancellation (ANC). According to Nothing, the headphones are designed to cancel up to 45 dB of noise with ANC, thanks to the six microphones built into the buds. These microphones also ensure clear voice transmission during phone calls, supported by algorithms.

Buds Pro without ANC offer long battery life

The Buds Pro are capable of playing music for up to eleven hours on a single charge—though without active ANC. Nothing has not disclosed the runtime with noise cancelling. With intermittent charging in the charging case, the headphones are expected to have a total runtime of 39 hours without ANC. The touch controls and ANC level can be adjusted, and an equalizer can be used through an app.

The CMF Watch Pro features an aluminum frame and a 1.96-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 502 x 410 pixels. The brightness is said to reach a maximum of 600 cd/m². The watch can track up to 110 different sports activities and boasts a battery life of up to 13 days.

A GPS receiver is built in, although the battery life is likely to be significantly less than 13 days with its use. The heart rate can be measured and recorded around the clock, along with blood oxygen levels.

The watch can record sleep patterns and provides reminders during the day for users to move. The CMF Watch Pro is dust and water-resistant with an IP68 rating. Users can also make phone calls through Bluetooth connectivity to their smartphones.

In the current UK market, the Buds Pro are priced at £50, equivalent to €57. The Watch Pro costs £70, which is approximately €80. Euro prices have not been disclosed by Nothing, and an inquiry has been made by Golem.de to the company for this information.

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