CMF Phone 1 to launch in India soon, company confirms

The CMF Phone 1, the debut smartphone from London-based sub-brand Nothing, will soon launch in India. CMF by Nothing has officially revealed the name and confirmed the release of the device. Earlier reports suggested that the CMF Phone 1 could be a rebranded version of the Nothing Phone 2a launched in March, albeit with a significantly different design.

CMF, a sub-brand of the UK-based company headed by former OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, places emphasis on innovative designs. A key design feature of the new smartphone has already been teased by the company.

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CMF Phone 1 will be launched in bright orange

The company has not revealed the launch date or detailed product information, but an image posted on X shows elements of the smartphone's design. The image shows the phone to feature a bright orange color, which matches the color of other CMF products such as the GAN charger and CMF Buds. More colors are likely to be unveiled at the official unveiling.

“Introducing the CMF Phone 1. Beautiful by design. Leveraging @nothing's innovation and meticulous attention to design, it serves as a beautiful entry point into our entire product ecosystem. Because others overlook this category, we're giving it our full attention. Coming soon,” Nothing posted on X, formerly Twitter.

CMF, a sub-brand of Nothing, focuses on providing affordable products. So far, it has only released accessory products, including a smartwatch, charger and TWS earbuds.

An earlier teaser from Nothing showed a unique screw on the back of the CMF Phone 1, which is said to be an integral part of a feature called “Nothing Lock.” This mechanism is said to allow users to attach exclusive accessories, including mounts and wrist straps, to a special port on the device. Several leaks suggest that the device will be budget-friendly.

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