Nothing’s sub-brand CMF seems to be getting ready to launch its first smartphone. As of now, there are no official details about the device, but a new leak suggests the phone’s name, price and specifications. CMF by Nothing’s upcoming phone will reportedly be called the CMF Phone 1. It is said to have a plastic body and may come in three color options. The CMF Phone 1 is expected to be an affordable entry-level phone and could be cheaper than the Nothing Phone 2a.

According to a report from 91Mobiles, CMF’s new smartphone called CMF Phone 1 could be priced around Rs. 12,000 in India. This means that the alleged phone will be much cheaper than any currently available phones from Nothing. The latest Phone 2a, the company’s most affordable phone, is priced at Rs. 23,999. The Nothing Phone 2 was launched at Rs. Price 44,999.

Like other basic phones available in the market, the CMF Phone 1 will have a plastic body. The front of the phone may have Gorilla Glass protection. It is said to be available in black, orange and white shades.

CMF’s Phone 1 is expected to sport a 6.5-inch screen and may run on Nothing OS with limited features. CMF is expected to provide three years of operating system upgrades and four years of security updates for the phone. It will likely run on a MediaTek Dimensity 5G chipset and get a single rear camera. It is expected to be backed by a 5000mAh battery with 33W charging support.

The alleged CMF Phone 1 was earlier spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) website with model number A015. However, CMF has yet to confirm its moniker or launch plans. Therefore, it is recommended that you take the above details with a pinch of salt.

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