- The Motorola Moto Watch 100 has leaked in a series of new renders, showing off its design and health features.
- The smartwatch may run an entirely new operating system instead of Wear OS.
- The Moto Watch 100 is made in partnership with eBuyNow, the company that helped resurrect the Moto 360 brand in 2019.
It doesn’t look like every smartwatch maker is jumping on the Wear OS 3 train. Evan Blass (@evleaks) has posted a number of images of Motorola’s next smartwatch, which will likely be called the Motorola Moto Watch 100. The images show off the watch’s design and health features, and hint at a potentially new operating system for the wearable.
The Motorola Moto Watch 100 appears to be the successor to 2019’s Moto 360 smartwatch. Many of the design cues shown off in these new Moto Watch 100 renders are reminiscent of the 2019 wearable. The watch will feature a round display with large lugs and two physical pushers on the right side. The watch case appears to be made of either plastic or stainless steel — it’s unclear from the renders themselves. It’ll come with a textured silicone strap with a traditional buckle.