Moto Watch 100 Renders Specifications Surface Online

The Moto Watch 100, Motorola’s hearing smartwatch, has a brand new image that looks official. Details of the smartwatch have also expired, although the exact start date is unknown.

The Moto Watch 100 appears in renderings with a rounded display and is said to be equipped with a silicone strap with a striped design. Wearables have features such as heart rate monitoring and step tracking. It has been known to come with the help of GPS. The Moto Watch 100 is also said to have a waterproof design.

91Mobiles cites industry sources to post some renders of the Moto Watch 100. The smartwatch appears to have a rounded look and a minimalistic design. The render shows a dual side-button smartwatch with a metallic finish.

The report indicates that the watch case is made of aluminum. But he also suggested that the back of the Moto Watch 100 could be made of plastic. When rendering, the carrier will look black, but Motorola will likely release the device in more colors and strap options as well.

The renders also suggest that the Moto Watch 100 might be slightly water resistant. It has a 1.3 inch round LCD screen with a resolution of 360×360 pixels. The Moto Watch 100 only weighs 29 grams and measures 42x46x11.9 mm.

The width of the watch band is 20 mm. The Moto Watch 100 has a 355 mAh battery and comes with Bluetooth v5 connectivity. In addition, portable devices should offer integrated GPS.

It is reported that the Moto Watch 100 does not have a rotary panel. As for sensors, the report says the smartwatch will likely incorporate a heart rate sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope, SpO2 sensor, and an ambient light sensor.

It also reportedly offers sleep tracking and sensory counting. Other features such as the number of sport modes and the actual battery life are not yet known. Motorola hasn’t officially announced the Moto Watch 100 yet.

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