Motorola joined forces with eBuyNow and in an investor presentation, back in February, the two companies revealed a roadmap for smartwatch releases that would go under the Motorola branding. Now, in a press release, more specific plans for a smartwatch called Moto Watch 100 have been detailed.
The device is set to be mass-produced in November, it will fit in the entry-level segment but it's also supposed to have a premium feel, as per the press release. There are a couple of slides that give us a sneak peek of the design along with some features. Interestingly enough, the watch has been referred to as Moto G Smartwatch in the slides from February. It's still unconfirmed whether the watch would run Google's WearOS, though.
We can also expect Watch 100S and Watch 200 next year in Q1 but those would be designated to the mid-range market segment.
Then go buy other brands then. Not everyone wants to wear a crappy iWatch or fitbit foh
Anything less than 5100 inadequate. Interesting comment, hope you have some internal info or found something using your google fu no one else has.
Looks a ot better than Apple products to be honest.