London-based startup Nothing’s newly created sub-brand, CMF, is ready to launch budget-centric merchandise with a give attention to design on September 26. While the model hasn’t revealed particular particulars for the launch, it has beforehand hinted at introducing a funds smartwatch and a pair of actually wi-fi earbuds.
CEO Carl Pei has acknowledged that CMF will supply merchandise with improved design accessibility whereas sharing the “Common DNA” of Nothing.
CMF products will be available through Flipkart, Myntra, online retail outlets, and more. According to a report by 9to5Google, the initial product lineup will include a new 65W 3-port USB-C charger, noise-canceling earbuds called Buds Pro, and a smartwatch named Watch Pro.
TechLeaksZone on X (previously Twitter) has also leaked alleged pricing details, suggesting the CMF Watch Pro could cost Rs 4,500, the CMF Buds Pro could be priced at Rs 3,500, and the 65W charger could cost around Rs 3,000. These prices are based on rumors and may not be final. Further, the tipster claimed that the watch will feature a 1.96″ AMOLED panel with support for Bluetooth calling, while the earbuds will feature 45db ANC, Dynamic bass and 10mm drivers.
During the brand reveal, CEO Carl Pei mentioned that “CMF by Nothing will be more accessibly priced—so that more people can get access to our ecosystem.” This is as a result of Nothing, as a model, is slowly distancing itself away from being known as a funds model.
Nothing has beforehand launched ‘value flagships,’ just like the Nothing Phone 2 and Nothing Phone 1, providing enthusiast-grade internals at a lower cost than mainstream flagships. Carl Pei additionally emphasised that Nothing would differentiate itself by providing ‘Premium’ merchandise.
More particulars in regards to the sub-brand and its operations in India will grow to be clear after the merchandise launch on September 26 at 2:30 PM IST. Just for context, in Nothing’s present portfolio, it affords the Nothing Phone (2), Nothing Phone (1), Nothing Ear (Stick), the Nothing Ear (2) and a Power (45W) charger.
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