Motorola Moto Watch 100 Official: Cheap Smartwatch That Fails Most Importantly

Motorola was one of the first manufacturers to popularize Google WearOS smartwatches. Their smart watches have always been noted for their classic design, combined with the Google operating system.

Now the manufacturer has just presented the Moto Watch 100. A new cheap smartwatch that maintains the classic design ideology to which Motorola has accustomed us, although it fails in the most important thing: it does not have WearOS.


Motorola’s new smartwatch gives up WearOS to bet on MotoOS

This Moto Watch 100 has as a great novelty the fact that it has the proprietary MotoOS operating system. And by losing the WearOS it ends up being able to provide an estimated autonomy of two weeks.

It only comes in one size: 42mm. It has a 1.3 ”LCD screen, which also ends up disappointing. As you would expect an AMOLED panel in this price range of 100 euros.


It’s funny, because even advertised with an LCD panel, you have the ability to have an always-on screen. You can also expect 26 sport modes and essential features like stepping, sleep, heart rate, and blood oxygen.

Made mostly of aluminum, it arrives in silver and black with 20mm bracelets. So you never get lost, it has GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou. Taking it into the water will not be a problem either, as it has a resistance of 5ATM. Its 355 mAh battery promises to charge it in an hour and last for about two weeks.


It’s reserved on the official website for $ 99.99, with deliveries scheduled for December 10. But it will be difficult to justify its price with an LCD panel and the abandonment of WearOS.

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