CMF Watch Pro 2 will have AMOLED display, gesture control and interchangeable bezels; know the features here!

CMF is set to launch its latest smartwatch CMF Watch Pro 2. These watches come with AMOLED display, gesture control and interchangeable bezels.

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CMF Watch Pro 2 is all set to launch along with the CMF Phone 1 and the CMF Buds Pro 2 on July 8, 2024. CMF is the sub-brand of Nothing. The brand will bring this watch with significant upgrades as a successor to the Watch Pro launched last year. The key specifications of this watch have been leaked ahead of the launch. Here we are telling you all the detail about these leaked updates.

CMF Watch Pro 2 will have AMOLED display, gesture control and interchangeable bezels; know the features here!

The CMF Watch Pro was teased to feature an aluminum alloy body for a refined finish. Now, the Nothing sub-brand has confirmed that it will come with a round dial. It has a rotating crown towards the top side corner. Notably, the smartwatch will have interchangeable bezels that will allow you to customize your look. Similar to their upcoming smartphone, which is coming with lot of back panel customizations.

   

The CMF Watch Pro 2 will feature a 1.32-inch AMOLED display with auto-brightness feature. The upcoming offering is also confirmed to come with gesture control. This will allow users to perform specific actions by simply gesturing in the right way. How this will work remains to be seen, but the image states that you can twist your wrist outwards and inwards to launch various functions.

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The CMF Watch Pro 2 is expected to be offered in black matte finish strap and orange leather strap options. Its predecessor was launched at a price of INR 4,499. Given the upgrade, we can expect the upcoming offering to be priced slightly higher. The watch along with the CMF Phone 1 and CMF Buds Pro 2 has already created much hype before entering in the market.

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