Motorola unveiled its latest smartwatches alongside the Moto G 5G, Moto G Stylus and new flagship Moto Edge+ at a big event. The Moto Watch 70 is an entry-level smartwatch with a focus on the usual health and sports features. The Moto Watch 200 is the new premium model with an AMOLED display and Bluetooth calling.
Motorola Moto Watch 200
The Motorola Moto Watch 200 features a 1.78-inch AMOLED display in a 45mm aluminum body. The watch is water resistant to 50 meters and features a heart rate sensor, SpO2 data, an accelerometer and altitude measurement. The Moto Watch 200 also tracks over 28 sports including GPS data. The data can be synchronized with Google Fit and Strava.
The Motorola Moto Watch 200 runs on Moto Watch OS and features a microphone and speaker for calls directly from the smartwatch. The battery has a capacity of 355 mAh, which according to Motorola is enough for up to 14 days of regular use. The watch pairs via Bluetooth 5.3 LE and also offers fall detection alerts. Phantom Black and Gold are available as color options.
Motorola Moto Watch 70
The Motorola Moto Watch 70 features a 1.69 inch curved LCD display in a 43mm zinc alloy case. The smartwatch is IP67-certified and measures not only the heart rate but also the temperature. You get the same activity and sleep tracking features as the Watch 200, plus over 100 different watch faces.
The Motorola Moto Watch 70 is paired via Bluetooth 5.0 LE and also starts Moto Watch OS. The 355 mAh battery is also identical and is rated for 10 days of active use. The Moto Watch 70 comes in a single Phantom Black color.
Motorola has not yet announced pricing and availability. According to the official website, both smartwatches will be available shortly.