Nothing might have a Galaxy Watch rival up its sleeve for 2023

Nothing Watch renders show us a typical smartwatch with clear casing that shows off the inner workings
A Nothing Watch render (Image credit: JunSeo Oh)

Nothing – the brand behind eye-catching consumer tech like the Nothing Phone and Nothing Ear earbuds – might be working on a smartwatch, according to new leaks.

We already knew that Nothing was planning to launch a new Nothing Phone 2 this year – seemingly with some software upgrades and design changes to help it sit more comfortably in your hand. It looks like it’ll be dropping a smartwatch too, if these new leaks are to be believed.

The reports come via @stufflistings on Twitter who spotted that a CMF by Nothing trademark that was filed earlier has now been classified as a smartwatch. As with any other trademark filings, there’s no guarantee that anything will come of it – the Apple xrOS filing turned out to be a dud following the visionOS announcement – but this filing could be a sign that new Nothing product could be on the way.

Nothing Watch renders show us a typical smartwatch with clear casing that shows off the inner workings

A Nothing Watch render by JunSeo Oh  (Image credit: JunSeo Oh)

Beyond the name, we don’t know much about the smartwatch, but Nothing typically produces mid-range tech at a reasonable price. As such, we expect a Nothing Watch would follow this trend, but we’ll have to wait and see what it announces.

With that in mind, if you’re a fan of Nothing’s unique design philosophy and are wanting to pick up one of the best smartwatches like a Galaxy Watch 5 we’d recommend holding off if you can; soon you might be able to pick up an eye-catching Nothing smartwatch.

Something from Nothing 

Nothing’s tech is more than just a talking point with an interesting see-through design, they’re also pretty solid options – especially if you’re on a budget.

In our four-star Nothing Phone 1 review we not only praised the smartphone’s “head-turning” design but fell in love with the clean user experience offered by its Android-based Nothing OS. Sure the battery life is a little underwhelming and its chipset is mid-range, but at $299 / £399 / AU$749 it offers a respectable balance between price and performance.

Nothing Phone (1) back in-hand

The Nothing Phone (1) (Image credit: Future | Alex Walker-Todd)

Similarly, in our Nothing Ear (Stick) review (also awarded four stars) we thought the earbuds’ design was striking, and sonically they’re great – with improved dynamics and a sense of space over their predecessors. They won’t be for everyone though, as they lack active noise cancellation, and the fit isn’t secure enough to use them as running earbuds – a shame considering they cost $99 / £99 / AU$179.

If the Nothing Watch follows in the footsteps of the brands’ previous gadgets it’ll be a solid affordable offering with a striking design – though we won’t for certain how impressive (or unimpressive) the gadget is until we have it in our hands.

Hamish Hector
Senior Staff Writer, News

Hamish is a Senior Staff Writer for TechRadar and you’ll see his name appearing on articles across nearly every topic on the site from smart home deals to speaker reviews to graphics card news and everything in between. He uses his broad range of knowledge to help explain the latest gadgets and if they’re a must-buy or a fad fueled by hype. Though his specialty is writing about everything going on in the world of virtual reality and augmented reality.