Moto Watch 200 It has been speculated that Motorola is hard at work on the Moto Watch 200, which would be the brand’s follow-up to the Moto Watch 100, which was released about a year ago.
At the beginning of this month, the smartwatch was discovered in the FCC database, revealing both its design and an image of the package it came in. For more updates newsyorbit.com
Specification of Moto Watch 200
These photographs make it abundantly evident that the Display of the new smartwatch will be in the shape of a rectangle, in contrast to the dial of its predecessor, which was shaped like a circle. Now, well-known industry leaker SnoopyTech has tweeted out marketing photos of the Moto Watch 200, and they show a circular display.
It is likely that Motorola is working on two different designs for the smartwatch, despite the fact that the FCC has revealed that the watch would have a square dial. This is not an unheard of activity, as we have seen other firms, such as Amazfit and OnePlus (Nord Watch), engage in the same behaviour in the past.
On the reverse of the circular wristwatch is printed the FCC ID (MOSWZ200) of its more squarely shaped sister, which can be found beside the brand name ‘Moto Watch 200.‘
In addition to a sensor for measuring the wearer’s heart rate and watch bands that can be interchanged, the circular model is said to have a patented wireless charging system. In addition, the image shows the smartwatch connected to a wired charger, which may or may not be a USB Type-C port.
In a manner analogous to this, the FCC document that was leaked said that the Moto Watch 200 would also launch with an aluminium case, in addition to having the capabilities of Bluetooth LE and GPS. It should come as no surprise that the smartwatch will have a water resistance rating of up to 5 ATM.
Official marketing materials show that Motorola is extremely near to delivering the product, despite the fact that a debut date has not yet been disclosed for the gadget. The FCC approval of the Moto Watch 200 suggests that the wristwatch will be be made available in other regions, including North America. For more updates newsyorbit.com