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Moto Watch 100 with Moto OS now official

Motorola released a new wearable dubbed as the Moto Watch 100 without Google's Wear OS.
Moto Watch 100 with Moto OS now official
A new lightweight fitness watch?

A new watch from Motorola!

The Moto Watch 100 appears in a circular aluminum body with only one case size of 42mm. While the strap provided comes in a size of 20mm for easy changes. It measures 42 x 46 x 11.9 mm and weighs 45.8 grams. The watch is available in two color options of Glacier Silver and Phantom Black.
Inside of the device
Inside of the device

It comes in a round-shaped 1.3-inch LCD screen with an always-on mode feature. The smartwatch is capable of 26 sports modes, SPO2 tracking, heart rate monitor, gyroscope, accelerometer. Inside it is also equipped with a 355mAh battery and charges from 0 to 100 in just 60 minutes.

Alongside those features, it has 5ATM water resistance for protection. It connects via Bluetooth 5.0 and has GPS, GLONASS, and BeiDou for navigation.

The reason for not having Google's Wear OS is that Motorola has made its own operating system known as the Moto OS. According to the brand, their new software, dramatically increases the battery life of their wearable by up to two weeks.

International price with direct to PHP conversion (no tax and duties yet):

Moto Watch 100 - USD 99.99 (around PHP 5K)

It is now available via pre-order on their official website. The pre-orders will begin shipping by December 10.

There's no word yet for the availability of the device here in the Philippines.

What do you guys think?

Source: Motorola

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