Nothing Launches Smartwatches and Earbuds That Cost Under $120 Totally


The Buds Pro are a pair of wireless earbuds that offer a solid set of features at a £49 / $49 price tag. The buds come with hybrid active noise cancellation (ANC) that uses microphones inside and outside the buds to detect and cancel depth noise up to 45dB.

The earbuds also have Transparency Mode, which lets you hear the sounds around you, if you want to be conscious of your surroundings. With noise cancellation off, the Buds Pro should offer up to 11 hours of playback on a single charge (or up to 39 hours with the case). The buds are also equipped with six HD mics, clear voice technology for calls, and IP54 dust and water resistance.

Meanwhile, CMF’s Watch Pro costs an equally affordable £69 / $69. The smartwatch comes with a 1.96-inch OLED display with 410 x 502 resolution as well as built-in GPS, custom watchfaces, and IP68 water resistance. There’s also an assortment of health tracking features, letting you measure your heart rate, blood oxygen, sleep, daily steps, and different types of exercise, thanks to 110 sports modes.

The Watch Pro also connects to your phone, so you can access your contacts list and make phone calls with the device’s built-in microphone and speaker. You can also manage the smartwatch through the CMF Watch app, with the device lasting up to 13 days on a single charge.

Finally, CMF introduced £39 / $39 The charger is said to be Power 65W GaN, which comes with two USB-C ports and one USB-A port. CMF says it’s compatible with a range of fast-charging protocols, including Samsung 9v2A, DCP, and Apple 2.4A. CMF claims that the charger can charge the Nothing Phone 2 up to 50 percent in 25 minutes.

Nothing is a relatively young brand, but it has already launched a range of stylish products, including the second-generation Nothing Phone, Nothing Ear Stick, and Nothing Ear 2. It also recently announced CMF, which stands for “color, material, and finish,” in August. CMF’s Buds Pro and Watch Pro are priced the same as Nothing’s products (its Ear 2 earbuds cost $149) and That significantly undercuts the cost of the entire market (the cheapest Apple Watch is $249), so questions remain about how well the devices will actually perform.

All three CMF devices will be available via a “limited drop” at Nothing’s London-based store on September 30th. The company says they will be sold in more locations “later this month.”

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