cmf watch pro
Nothing today announced the first three products in its sub-brand, CMF, which stands for color, material, and finish. The goal of this sub-brand is to provide more accessible products at lower prices compared to the more premium offerings of the main brand while maintaining the company’s focus on design.
The three products are the CMF Watch Pro, CMF Power 65W Gan charger, and CMF Buds Pro.
The active noise cancellation offered by the CMF Buds Pro is said to reduce noise by 45 dB over a broad 5000 Hz range. They claim 6.5 hours of use with ANC and 11 hours without ANC, thanks to the largest battery of any Nothing Audio product. Real-time bass adjustment is a feature of the LCP+PU audio drivers.
There will be three color options for the CMF Buds Pro: Dark Grey, Light Grey, and Orange. They cost £49, $49, or 3499. Here is our review of it, which you can read.
A large 1.96-inch AMOLED display with 410×502 resolution and 600+ nits of peak brightness is available on the CMF Watch Pro. The display refreshes at 58Hz as opposed to 30 Hz on other inexpensive smartwatches, providing a better experience.
Location monitoring is possible while walking, running, cycling, and hiking thanks to the built-in GPS navigation. The watch can track a wide variety of exercises and sports for the user.
Along with real-time heart rate and blood oxygen saturation monitoring, the watch also tracks stress and sleep. The watch also has an inbuilt speaker and microphone, a Dialpad, a contact list, and AI-assisted call quality improvements, allowing you to make and receive calls right from your wrist.
The CMF Watch Pro will be offered in two finishes: Metallic Grey, which has a polished bright aluminum surface and comes with a stunning orange band, and Dark Grey, which has a matte aluminum finish and two strap colors—Dark Grey and Ash Grey.
The cost of the CMF Watch Pro is £39/$39. It costs Rs. 4499 for the dark grey and Rs. 4999 for the metallic grey in India.
The CMF Power 65W Gan charger, which offers two USB-C ports and one USB-A port for simultaneous charging, is the last charger on the list. The maximum output, as the name implies, is 65W, which can be distributed as a combination of 45W and 20W over the two USB-C ports, 45W and 18W over USB-C1 and USB-A ports, and a total of 15W over USB-C2 and USB-A ports.
Most of the popular charging protocols are supported by the charger, including PD3.0, QC4.0+/3.0/2.0, SCP, FCP, PPS, AFC, Samsung 9V2A, DCP, and Apple 2.4A. Additionally, it is compatible with Apple MFI-certified cords.
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