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CMF by Nothing’s first products get a sneak peek ahead of launch

By Liu Hongzuo - on 29 Aug 2023, 3:55pm

CMF by Nothing’s first products get a sneak peek ahead of launch

CMF by Nothing's leaked 65W GaN charger renders. Credit: Tech and Leaks.

It’s not that long ago when Carl Pei announced a sub-brand for Nothing, and it looks like the company and sub-brand are ready to push out their maiden devices for its fans.

According to GSMArena, there are three rendered leaks of CMF by Nothing products ahead of its 26 September launch. The three leaked renders tally with the product registration in the Bureau of Indian Standards (similar to the U.S. FCC and Singapore’s Telecoms Licensing System by IMDA). 

The first leaked render showcases a 65W GaN charger (first image) with “wide compatibility” featuring three USB ports (two USB-C, one USB-A). GSMArena reported that it has charging profiles like Qualcomm QuickCharge 4.0 and PD 3.0, with a reported price tag of INR 3,000 (~S$49.14).

CMF by Nothing's true wireless earbuds. Credit: Tech and Leaks.

Second is a pair of CMF by Nothing true wireless earbuds with 45dB active noise-cancelling (ANC) and up to 11 hours of music playback, paired with “ultra bass technology”. These buds are said to pack 10mm drivers and IP54 certification for splashes and dust resistance. The rumoured price tag is INR 3,500 (~S$57.34).

CMF by Nothing's smartwatch. Credit: Tech and Leaks.

Finally, we see a smartwatch with an orange silicone band, but the Telegram group and website Tech & Leaks Zone caveated that this CMF by Nothing smartwatch doesn’t use Google’s WearOS for its operating system. This watch has a 1.96-inch AMOLED display with always-on display support and 600-nits peak brightness. The tipster listed it at INR 4,500 (~S$73.72).

Through these renders, all three products featured CMF by Nothing’s signature design language, which was brought up during an introduction of the sub-brand’s focus and product strategy.  

Source: GSMArena, Tech and Leaks (Twitter, Telegram)

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