After multiple leaks and rumours, Motorola has launched its latest smartwatch: Moto 100. The new smartwatch comes with a circular display and has heart rate tracking and blood oxygen (SpO2) monitoring features. The Moto Watch 100 runs the company’s proprietary Moto OS software. The smartwatch has GPS, Always-on Display, Bluetooth 5.0 (LE), and 26 sports modes. The wearable is claimed to deliver up to 14 days of battery life on a single charge. Let us take a look at the detailed specifications and pricing of the smartwatch ahead:
Moto 100 Pricing And Availability
The Moto 100 is priced at $99.99 (around ₹7,400) in the US. The smartwatch is listed on Motorola’s US website and it is currently available for purchase in the country. The Moto 100 comes in Glacier Silver and Phantom Black colour variants. Motorola has not announced information regarding the global availability of the smartwatch.
Moto 100 Specifications, Features
The Moto 100 features a 1.3-inch circular LCD display that has a 360 x 360 pixels resolution and an ‘Always On Display’ feature. The smartwatch has various sensors: accelerometer, gyroscope, heart rate monitor, and SpO2. On the software side of things, the Moto 100 runs Moto OS out of the box, which is something new, and dissimilar to its existing smartwatches that run Google’s Wear OS. The smartwatch is made up of a 42mm silver aluminium case and it ships with a black silicone strap out of the box.
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The smartwatch has 26 sports mode support that helps track activities including basketball, badminton, bike indoor, cricket, snowboard, tennis, yoga, and many others. For connectivity, the Moto 100 uses Bluetooth 5.0 (with LE) and GPS. The Moto 100 measures 42 x 46 x 11.9mm and weighs 45.8g. The Moto 100 is compatible with devices running on at least Android 5.0 or iOS 10.0. Users also get the ability to monitor their fitness tracking through the Moto Watch 100 when paired with a compatible phone.
The Moto 100 packs a 355mAh battery that is stated to last for up to two weeks on a single charge. The wearable takes 60 minutes to fully charge using the bundled magnetic charging cable.
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