There is a new Motorola smartwatch on the block at the moment, and it is the Moto Watch 100 that leaked a couple of days in the past. Not like the final Moto 360 branded watch which launched again in 2019, the Moto Watch 100 forgoes Put on OS and begins the software program journey from scratch with a model new Moto OS. This “dramatically will increase battery life”, to the purpose of two weeks, in one of the best case situation. That’s certainly a far cry from what Put on OS can present, even at the moment.
The Moto Watch 100 is available in one case measurement, which is 42mm. It has a 1.3″ round LCD show (shocking in a world stuffed with OLEDs on watches), with an always-on mode – possibly the LCD spec is unsuitable? Anyway, you get 26 sports activities modes, SPO2 monitoring, a coronary heart price monitor, gyroscope, accelerometer, and a 20mm strap measurement for simple modifications.
The case is aluminum, and you may decide between Glacier Silver and Phantom Black colorways. The watch is 5ATM water-resistant, and helps GPS, GLONASS, and BeiDou in addition to Bluetooth 5.0. Its 355 mAh battery costs from zero to full in a single hour. The watch weighs 45.8g, and measures 42x46x11.9mm.
Should you’re fascinated by getting one, you possibly can pre-order for $99.99 straight from the official web site – which isn’t Motorola’s, by the way in which, because the title is licensed for smartwatch use by an organization referred to as eBuyNow (which additionally produced the 2019 Moto 360). Pre-orders will ship “by December tenth”.