Motorola seems to be working on a new smartwatch. The company, which is known for its Moto 360 smartwatches, could launch a new brand of smartwatches later this year. According to a new report, the upcoming smartwatch from Motorola will be called the Moto Watch 100. The Lenovo-owned sub-brand has partnered with CE Brands to launch its upcoming smartwatch, according to a 9to5Google report. CE Brands, In its press release, revealed some key details of the upcoming Motorola smartwatch. Let’s take a look at the Moto Watch 100 design renders, specs and other details revealed via the report.
Moto Watch 100 design renders
Motorola could launch the Moto Watch 100 very soon. Ahead of the launch, the smartwatch’s design renders have leaked online, revealing key details. The 9to5Google report reveals that the Watch 100 has a round display with two buttons on the right edge. The case will be made up of aluminium. There is no crown like the third-generation Moto 360. It will launch in two colours – Phantom Black and Steel Silver.
In addition to this, the smartwatch is likely to run WearOS out of the box. It will also pack a 355 mah battery. The smartwatch will have a 5ATM rating for water resistance. As expected from a smartwatch, the Moto Watch 100 will also have a heart rate sensor and GPS sensor. For connectivity, the Watch 100 will support Bluetooth 5.2.
In terms of pricing, the release reveals that Motorola Watch 100 will have an entry-level price point and is scheduled to hit mass production in November 2021. In addition to this, the report further states that the Moto Watch 200 and Moto Watch 100S are in development for Q1 2022 as “mid-level” products. The Watch 200 will have an Apple Watch-like design without any crown ring or buttons. The exact launch date and pricing details of the upcoming smartwatch from Motorola remain unknown at the moment.