In case you are not particularly interested in the world of wearables, the Moto 360 is one of the most interesting smartwatches on the market, able to combine the best smart functions with a more “classic” design, but still very appealing! All thanks to the use of the Wear OS operating system, which somehow returned to the spotlight in 2021.
All in all, we’re now welcoming a new “Moto” that for some reason left the Wear operating system aside … make way for the Moto Watch 100.
Moto Watch 100: Another manufacturer does without Wear OS?
Hence, the Moto Watch 100 is a kind of “budget” smartwatch that, oddly enough, has left Google Wear OS aside. Yes, it is compatible with the Android operating system, but its base is not the famous Google operating system. Do you know why? Because this is about less demanding and, of course, less well-heeled users with a smartwatch that is undoubtedly inspired by its older (and more expensive) brother, the Moto 360, by offering an equally interesting, composite design with a 42 mm aluminum case, a 20 mm quick release wristband and a 1.3-inch round LCD screen.
It’s a smartwatch that brings many of the world’s so-called “normal” functions with it, like monitoring your heart rate or monitoring blood oxygenation. To complete the package, here is a splash, sweat, and 5ATM resistance watch.
However, since we have the Moto Watch OS instead of the more recent Wear OS, achieving two weeks of battery life is by no means impossible.
In short, here we have a kind of Huawei Watch GT 2, a little cheaper. But will it be enough in this crazy world of smartwatches?
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