Moto Watch 100 official-looking renders have surfaced online, revealing key specifications of the upcoming smartwatch. Motorola has reportedly been gearing up to unveil a new smartwatch since October. The word on the street is that the upcoming Motorola wearable will carry the Moto Watch 100 moniker. This piece of information came via a CE Brands press release.
Furthermore, the Moto Watch 100 will reportedly be an affordable smartwatch that offers a premium feel. Despite carrying an entry-level price, the smartwatch is likely to appeal to a larger audience. Regrettably, the Lenovo-owned company has kept key details about its imminent wearable under wraps. Nevertheless, the Moto Watch 100 smartwatch has been subject to several leaks and speculations lately.
Moto Watch 100 Leaked Renders & Specifications
While nothing is set in stone yet, 91mobiles has managed to get its hands on exclusive Moto Watch 100 renders from an industry source. As expected, these renders offer a clearer glimpse of the soon-to-be-announced wearable’s appealing design. Aside from that, the publication obtained the Moto Watch 100 specifications. The upcoming smartwatch will adopt an awe-inspiring design if the exclusive renders are anything to go by. Furthermore, the Moto Watch 100 seems to sport a circular display.
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Interestingly, Motorola seems to have adopted a minimalistic design for its next smartwatch. The side edge houses two buttons. The side seems to have a metallic finish, while the watch body has a matte finish. The Moto Watch 100 will ditch the rotating bezel, which most smartwatches have. A robust aluminum watch case with a plastic backplate houses the Moto Watch 100. According to a report from IndiaToday, the wearable will sport a 1.3-inch circular LCD display that offers a resolution of 360×360 pixels.
Other Notable Features
The dimensions of the Moto Watch 100 are 42x46x11.9mm and it weighs only 29 grams. Moreover, the watch comes with a 20mm wide band. Earlier reports suggest that the smartwatch will draw its juices from a 355mAh battery. Aside from that, it will reportedly support Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, rather than Bluetooth 5.2, according to the sources. For connectivity, the watch will offer GPS functionality. Furthermore, the device boasts a wide of useful sensors. These include ambient light, SP02, HRM, gyroscope, heart rate sensor, and accelerometer.
As if that weren’t enough, the Moto Watch 100 is capable of tracking the wearer’s sleep and recording the number of steps taken. It is still unclear how many fitness modes it will offer. According to the aforesaid press release, Moto Watch 100 will not set you back a pretty penny. Moreover, the smartwatch will reportedly enter mass production later this month. Also, it remains to be seen whether the smartwatch will run Google’s WearOS.