Motorola Moto Watch 70/200 smartwatch released, which lasts up to 14 days
IT House news on May 2, Motorola today released two new smart watches Moto Watch 70 and Moto Watch 200. The Moto Watch 70 is positioned as an entry-level smartwatch focused on health and exercise tracking, while the Moto Watch 200 offers higher-end specs, including an AMOLED display and Bluetooth calling. Motorola has not yet announced the price and availability of these two watches, but IT House noticed that the official website shows that they will be launched soon.
The Moto Watch 200 is equipped with a 1.78-inch AMOLED display, and the body is made of 45mm aluminum alloy. The watch has a 5ATM water resistance rating and has a built-in heart rate monitor, oximeter, accelerometer, and altimeter. Can track more than 28 sports modes,and built-in GPS. The Moto Watch 200 can sync data to Google Fit and Strava. The watch is powered by Moto Watch OS and has a microphone and speaker for on-device calls. Its battery capacity is 355 mAh,Motorola claims up to 14 days of battery life with normal use. The watch, which connects to phones via Bluetooth 5.3 LE and features fall detection alerts, will be available in Phantom Black and Gold.
The Moto Watch 70 is equipped with a curved 1.69-inch LCD screen, and the body is made of 43mm zinc alloy. This smartwatch has an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance,Built-in heart rate monitor and temperature sensor. Features the same exercise and sleep tracking features as the Moto Watch 200, and over 100 watch faces. The Moto Watch 70 is also equipped with the Moto Watch OS system and connects to the phone via Bluetooth 5.0 LE. Its battery capacity is also 355 mAh, but the battery life is rated at 10 days. The Moto Watch 70 is only available in Phantom Black.
Both watches are Motorola’s new forays into the smartwatch market, aimed at appealing to consumers with different needs and budgets. The Moto Watch 200 is clearly aimed at those looking for quality, versatility, and long battery life, while the Moto Watch 70 is for those who want a simple, functional, and affordable smartwatch. However, both watches face challenges from rivals like Apple, Samsung, Huawei, and others, and it remains to be seen whether Motorola will be able to succeed in the smartwatch market.