Early this month, Nothing announced its upcoming affordable sub-brand, CMF by Nothing, which CEO Carl Pei said will be focusing on accessibility and affordability.
And now, a new leak shows what is reportedly the first products from the brand: a smartwatch, a pair of earbuds, and a charging adapter.
The Watch Pro image shows a smartwatch with a square-like display with rounded edges and an orange band. According to the leak, the device has a 1.96-inch AMOLED display with always-on display support, 110 sports modes, heart rate monitor, blood oxygen sensor, sleep tracking, stress monitor, Bluetooth 5.3 calling, IP68 rating, GPS, and a 330mAh battery.
The IP54-certified Buds Pro, on the other hand, will feature “best-in-class” 45dB ANC, 11 hours of non-stop music listening with ANC off from 55mAh batteries, 10mm dynamic drivers, “Clear Calls algorithm,” and “Anti-wind noise structure.”
Meanwhile, the image of a 65W GaN Charger shows two USB-C ports and a USB-A port.
The smartwatch is rumored to retail in India for Rs. 4500 (~P3,100), while the Buds Pro and 65W GaN charger are said to be priced at Rs. 3500(~P2,500) and Rs. 3000(~P2, 100), respectively.