Some renders and specifications of the yet-to-be-released Motorola Moto Watch 100 have surfaced online. Some exclusive renders of the Moto Watch 100 were provided by online tech news outfit 91mobiles, from what the outfit called a credible industry source. Some key specs were also provided with the images of the Moto Watch 100.
The Moto Watch 100 has been the subject of sometimes intense rumors and speculations in the past few weeks, and it seems the hype will continue for at least one more week, with the release of the renders. The renders provided the best view of the Moto Watch 100 yet and they reflect a circular display and minimalistic design. The body of the watch has a matte finish while there are two buttons on the side with a metallic color coating. A rotating bezel is absent in the Moto Watch 100.
The Moto Watch 100’s circular LCD has a 1.3-inch diameter with 360×360 pixels resolution. It will come with a 355mAh battery and the smartwatch weighs just about 30 grams. Bluetooth version 5.0 will be featured, as per the current specs details released, although Bluetooth 5.2 was earlier speculated for it.
The basic GPS functionality will be present on the Watch 100, as well as several of the sensors measuring heart rate, blood oxygen level, and ambient light. The smart wearable from Motorola will also support sleep tracking, but no details on the number of fitness modes that it will come with.
The new leak does not indicate any pricing or release details, but the Moto Watch 100 will be a budget smart wearable device that will possibly run on Google’s Wear OS. We may have to however wait for the official details from Motorola on the Moto Watch 100.