Nothing brings discounted headphones onto the market that are in no way inferior to the high-end models – Frandroid

Nothing has introduced its CMF Buds Pro, wireless noise canceling headphones available for less than 50 euros. Unfortunately they are not available in Europe.

The CMF Buds Pro from NothingThe CMF Buds Pro from Nothing // Source: Nothing

In addition to its first connected watch, Nothing also introduced a new pair of wireless headphones this Tuesday. However, unlike Nothing Ear (1), Nothing Ear (Stick) or Nothing Ear (2), the new CMF Buds Pro will not be launched under the Nothing brand, but under the low-cost brand of the British company CMF.

This new brand, inaugurated this Tuesday, is aimed primarily at emerging markets and especially India, thanks in particular to particularly aggressive prices. However, that doesn’t stop the CMF Buds Pro headphones from offering more high-end features.

The Nothing CMF Buds Pro headphones have a more classic design with stems and an in-ear format. Particularly in terms of color, they are available in three colors: black, white and red. When it comes to waterproofing and dust resistance, we can count on the IP54 certification, which offers protection against rain and sweat.

Google Fast Pair, noise cancellation and long battery life

The headphones are also Google Fast Pair compatible for quick pairing with an Android smartphone and Microsoft Swift Pair with a Windows PC. They also have wear sensors to stop when removed. As for autonomy, the manufacturer promises up to 11 hours of use of the headphones alone without noise cancellation and up to 6.5 hours with ANC. The case allows for extended use of 39 hours in total.

The CMF Buds Pro from Nothing

The CMF Buds Pro from Nothing // Source: Nothing

The CMF Buds Pro from Nothing

The CMF Buds Pro from Nothing // Source: Nothing

In terms of sound, the Nothings CMF Buds Pro have dynamic converters that are intended to boost low frequencies. They are also compatible with the most popular Bluetooth audio codecs on the market, AAC and SBC.

Finally, despite their fairly affordable price positioning, the CMF Buds Pro actually have active noise cancellation in addition to passive isolation. Nothing promises a noise reduction of up to 45 dB in the 5000 Hz range.

Unfortunately, Nothing’s CMF Buds Pro headphones are not announced for France. They will only be available in emerging markets. In India, for example, the price is 3,499 rupees, or 40 euros.

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