Motorola has introduced a brand new smartwatch. Despite being one of the pioneers of Google’s Wear OS, the company is going on its own and will use its proprietary OS for the new Moto Watch 100.

The Moto Watch 100 will run on the brand’s Moto OS, which can apparently last the battery for up to two weeks. That’s miles better than what Wear OS provides, and is also probably the reason why other brands also opted to use their own software.


You can use it on Android devices by downloading the companion app on Google Play Store, while support for iOS devices will come with December.

It has a design that looks a little industrial, quite similar to the Amazfit Stratos. It has a chunky build with thick bezels surrounding the 1.3-inch circular LCD screen, and only comes in one size: 42mm.


The website states that it uses an LCD panel. What’s weird is, it also has an always-on display (AOD) function. Either it actually uses an AMOLED screen or the battery drains fast on this thing.

It’s also rigged with GPS, GLONASS, BDS, accelerometer, gyroscope, heart rate sensor, SpO2 sensor, and even 5ATM water resistance so it can track up to 26 sports modes, daily activities, sleep, and more.


The Watch 100 pairs with your phone via Bluetooth 5.0. It also comes with a quick charger, where a 0-100% top-up will only take about an hour using the magnetic charging cradle.

You can now pre-order the Motorola Watch 100 for USD99.99 (around Php5,000) on the website. It’s available in Glacier Silver and Phantom Black.

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