The Moto Watch 100 costs Rs. 7,372, but it doesn't come with Wear OS.
, by raj, 5 min reading time
The Moto Watch 100, the latest successor to the Moto 360 smartwatch, has gone on sale, and it comes with some unexpected specifications and capabilities. The $99 price tag, 14-day battery life, and a shift away from Wear OS in favour of a bespoke operating system called Moto Watch OS are the highlights. It had a 1.3-inch LCD display (rather than the now-ubiquitous AMOLED) with a 360360 resolution. The watch offers an option for an always-on display, although we're not clear how that impacts the 14-day battery life. It will feature a 42mm casing and weigh 45g, making it suitable for smaller wrists. In terms of sports and fitness, it's also a force to be reckoned with. There are 26 different sport profiles to select from, as well as a heart rate monitor and a SpO2 sensor for blood oxygen monitoring. Despite the fact that the marketing materials imply a focus on running workouts and heart rate zone tracking, speculations of GPS on-board appear to be untrue.The Moto Watch 100 is also water-resistant to 5 ATM and comes with interchangeable 20mm bands in silver and black. The Moto Watch 100 was first unveiled in investor materials from parent firm CE Brands, which owns the Moto 360 brand license, back in October. The Moto 360 was originally relaunched in 2019, with a premium price tag that we chastised for being out of pace with the rest of the wristwatch industry. This time around, it appears that this has been fixed. It won't be accessible worldwide at first but will be available in the US and Canada at motowatch.com.
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