Moto Watch 100 had been officially released overseas a few days ago. This watch is different from the Moto 360 watch launched in 2019. Moto Watch 100 has abandoned the Wear OS system and is equipped with a new Moto operating system. This “significantly extends battery life”, allowing it to last up to two weeks. Moto Watch 100 is priced at US$99.99 (approximately RMB 640). Pre-orders are now open and will be shipped before December 10. In terms of specific configuration, Moto Watch 100 uses a 42mm aluminum case, a black silicone strap design, and is supplemented by a 1.3-inch round LCD display (it is a clear stream when all watches use OLED screens), and has a constant light mode. The watch supports 26 exercise modes and can monitor SPO2 (blood oxygen saturation), heart rate, sleep, and weight changes.
Moto Watch100 is available in Glacier Silver and Phantom Black, supports 5ATM waterproof, and supports GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, and Bluetooth 5.0. The built-in 355mAh battery can be fully charged in one hour, and the battery life is 14 days. The watch weighs 45.8g and measures 42×46×11.9mm.
It is worth mentioning that Moto Watch100 is not made by Motorola, because the name has been authorized by a company called eBuyNow for smartwatches, and Moto 360 released in 2019 is produced by this company.