Motorola introduced the Moto Watch 70 and Moto Watch 200 as its newest smartwatches. The former is an entry-level smartwatch with a concentration on standard health and activity tracking features, whereas the latter comes with a few more premium features, such as an AMOLED display and Bluetooth calling.
Motorola has not yet disclosed pricing and availability, but the official website indicates that both watches will be available shortly.
Watch Moto 200
The Moto Watch 200 features a 1.78-inch AMOLED display in a 45mm aluminum casing. The waterproof watch is equipped with a heart rate monitor, SpO2 meter, accelerometer, and altimeter. GPS and activity monitoring for over 28 sports are included. The Watch 200 is compatible with Google Fit and Strava.
The Watch 200 launches Moto Watch OS and is equipped with a microphone and speaker for in-device calls. Motorola claims that the 355mAh battery can last up to 14 days with regular use. The watch connects to your phone via Bluetooth 5.3 LE and incorporates fall detection alerts.
Phantom Black and Gold will be available color options for the Moto Watch 200.
70mm Moto Watch
The Moto Watch 70 features a 1.69-inch curved LCD housed in a 43mm zinc alloy case. The IP67-rated timepiece includes a heart rate monitor and temperature sensor. You receive the same activity and sleep monitoring as the Watch 200, in addition to more than one hundred watch face options.
The watch is compatible with Bluetooth 5.0 LE and runs Moto Watch OS. The 355mAh battery is rated for 10 days of continuous use. Moto Watch 70 is only available in Phantom Black.