CMF by Nothing Launches Watch Pro 2, Phone 1, and Buds Pro 2

What to know

  • CMF has launched three new products –  the CMF Phone 1, the CMF Watch Pro 2, and the CMF Buds Pro 2.
  • Sticking with the CMF concept, all three are budget friendly products that compromise very little while offering some of the best performance and deals in their price bracket.
  • CMF Buds Pro 2 are priced at $59, CMF Watch Pro 2 at $69, and the CMF Phone 1 at $199, all available on CMF’s website. 

CMF, Nothing’s budget and design-oriented sub-brand, debuted last year with a smartwatch and a pair of earbuds. We now have the successors to these two products and a new budget-friendly smartphone. 

Image: CMF by Nothing

Priced at $59, the Buds Pro 2 come with improved sound quality and Active Noise Cancellation. Although there’s not a lot of changes in the design of the buds, the case has a new physical dial that can be used to control the volume, control ANC, and activate voice assistants.  

Image: CMF by Nothing

On the other hand is the $69 Watch Pro 2, a direct sequel to the CMF Watch Pro. Compared to the square design on the Watch Pro, the new version is circular and includes the ability to swap out the bezel as well. The smartwatch doesn’t have a complete OS, like Apple’s watchOS or Google’s Wear OS. But it comes with most used smartwatch functions such as alarms, timers, health tracking features, etc., with special emphasis on fitness and battery life.

Some bells and whistles include tracking support for 120+ sports modes and 100+ watch faces (though you can’t install new ones). The smartwatch is also equipped with a built-in microphone and speaker for phone calls. The crown of the watch rotates to control the different features. 

Image: CMF by Nothing

Finally, CMF debuted Phone 1, a $199 budget-phone that may well be the best smartphone deal you can get right now. CMF Phone 1 is quite similar to Nothing Phone 2a in terms of specs and performance. But it’s also way cheaper than Nothing’s budget entry. 

All three products are available on CMF’s website, though they’ll be available on Amazon eventually. 

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