Motorola Moto Watch 100 Renders and Specs Leaked

The Moto Watch 100 has surfaced online in official-looking renders, revealing key features of the upcoming smartwatch. Since October, Motorola has been rumored to be working on a new smartwatch. The Moto Watch100, according to rumors, is the name of the upcoming Motorola wearable. This information was provided by CE Brands in a press release.

The Moto Watch 100 is also expected to be a budget-friendly smartwatch with a premium feel. The smartwatch is likely to appeal to a wider range of people, despite its low price. Regrettably, the Lenovo-owned firm has kept key details about its upcoming wearable under wraps. The Moto Watch100 smartwatch, however, has been the subject of several recent leaks and rumors.

RENDERS & SPECIFICATIONS OF MOTO WATCH 100 LEAKED

While nothing has been confirmed as of yet, 91mobiles has obtained exclusively Moto Watch 100 renders from a reliable source in the industry. As expected, these renders provide a more detailed look at the enticing design of the soon-to-be-announced wearable. Aside from that, the Moto Watch 100 specifications were obtained by the publication. If the exclusive renders are to be believed, the upcoming smartwatch will have a stunning design. In addition, the Moto Watch100 appears to have a circular display.

For its next smartwatch, Motorola appears to have chosen a minimalistic design. On the side edge, there are two buttons. The watch body appears to be matte, while the side appears to be metallic. The Moto Watch 100 will not have a rotating bezel like most smartwatches. The Moto Watch100 has a plastic backplate and is housed in an aluminum watch case. According to an IndiaToday report, the wearable will have a 1.3-inch circular LCD display with a resolution of 360 360 pixels.

OTHER NOTABLE FEATURES

The Moto Watch 100 measures 42x46x11.9mm and weighs only 29 grams. The band on the watch is also 20mm wide. The smartwatch will be powered by a 355mAh battery, according to previous reports. Aside from that, sources claim it will support Bluetooth 5.0 rather than Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. For connectivity, the watch will have GPS functionality. Some useful sensors are also included in the device. Among them are ambient light, SP02, HRM, gyroscope, heart rate sensor, and accelerometer.

As if that weren’t enough, the Moto Watch 100 can also track the wearer’s sleep patterns and count their steps. The number of fitness modes available is still unknown. The Moto Watch100 will not be expensive, according to the aforementioned press release. Furthermore, the smartwatch is set to enter mass production later this month. It’s also unknown whether the smartwatch will run Google’s WearOS software.

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