CMF Buds Pro 2 and Watch Pro 2 Launched, Coming in PH

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CMF by Nothing, the Nothing sub-brand, introduced its next batch of products namely the CMF Phone 1, CMF Buds Pro 2, and CMF Watch Pro 2.

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We’ve covered the CMF Phone 1 and its interchangeable back panel design, you can read that here and our first impressions here. So, we’ll get to the CMF Buds Pro 2 and Watch Pro 2 in this article, both carrying over the customizable design of the Phone 1 in their own right.

CMF Buds Pro 2 and Watch Pro 2

CMF Buds Pro 2

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The CMF Buds Pro 2 is the successor to the CMF Buds Pro and comes with a dual-driver system. This is comprised of an 11mm driver with a titanium coating for bass and a 6mm tweeter with a planar diaphragm flat coil for treble.

The latest true-wireless earbuds are certified for Hi-Res Audio Wireless and LDAC audio. Moreover, it comes with Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation of up to 50dB with Adaptive Mode via the Nothing X app.

The earbuds are also equipped with 6 mics to aid in the ANC and for clearer audio for calls which goes hand-in-hand with the Clear Voice Technology 2.0.

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Unique to the CMF Buds Pro 2 though is the customizable Smart Dial which can be used to adjust volume, manage playback, control noise cancellation, active Voice Assistant and more via the Nothing X app.

The earbuds themselves are equipped with a 60mAh battery which is said to offer up to 6 hours with ANC off and a total of up to 25 hours with the charging case. With ANC on, this is lowered to up to 4.8 hours with the earbuds and 18.6 hours with the case.

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The Buds Pro 2 connects via Bluetooth 5.3 and the charging case charging via Type-C. The case is said to require 70 minutes for a full charge. It supports fast charging too which is said to offer up to 3 hours on the earbuds with ANC off/up to 1.8 hours on the earbuds with ANC on for a 10-minute charge.

CMF Watch Pro 2

Meanwhile, the CMF Watch Pro 2 offers a round 1.32-inch AMOLED always-on display with a 466×466 resolution. A stark contrast to the rectangular CMF Watch Pro.

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The new watch is said to have 100 watch faces with dynamic videos and interactive designs. Moreover, the main watch face has four customizable widget screens.

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As a smartwatch, it tracks information like sleep, menstrual cycle, heart rate, SpO2, and sports. The watch supports 120 sports modes with smart automatic recognition for 5 common activities and precise GPS tracking.

The Watch Pro 2 is said to offer 11 days of typical use and 9 days of heavy use with the 305mAh battery onboard. It also offers the ability to take and receive Bluetooth phone calls with a built-in microphone and speaker.

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It comes in four colors – Dark Grey, Ash Grey, Blue, and Orange. The company has also offered an interchangeable bezel and strap. The bezel can be switched between a flat and curved design.

We unboxed the devices here:

FAQ

Q: Are the CMF Buds Pro 2 and CMF Watch Pro 2 coming to the Philippines?

A: Yes, the two devices will be available in the Philippines via Digital Walker, Open_Source by Beyond the Box, and Nothing Lazada and Shopee stores.

Q: How much are the CMF Buds Pro 2 and Watch Pro 2 in the Philippines?

A: The CMF Buds Pro 2 is available for PHP 3,790 and the CMF Watch Pro 2 will be available for PHP 4,390.

For more information on the CMF Buds Pro 2, click here. If you want to learn more about the Watch Pro 2, click here.

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Ram found his love and appreciation for writing in 2015 having started in the gaming and esports sphere for GG Network. He would then transition to focus more on the world of tech which has also began his journey into learning more about this world. That said though, he still has the mentality of "as long as it works" for his personal gadgets.

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