Motorola has been out of the smartwatch game since 2016, yet in late 2019, a maker called eBuyNow released a Wear OS watch licensing the old Moto 360 product name.
The end result was a decent (whenever overpriced) watch, and now eBuyNow is planning three more to be released for this present year.
eBuyNow is currently converging with CE Brands, Inc, and in an investor presentation from earlier this month, CE flaunted what it intends to release throughout 2021.
Among an abnormal mix of Kodak-branded baby monitors and air purifiers, a timeline page uncovered that a ‘Moto G Smartwatch’ is relied upon to show up in June 2021, with two more in July assigned as ‘Moto Watch & One.’
Tragically, no different insights regarding the watches were referenced in the presentation. Moto G is one of Motorola’s budget phone lineups, and the picture of the Moto G watch seems to lack the rotating dial from the 2019 Moto 360, so it very well may be a budget watch with decreased features.
The Moto Watch is a square model suggestive of the Apple Watch and Oppo Watch, and the Moto One seems to have slimmer bezels and detached lugs (like the Skagen Falster 3).
It stays not yet clear how much interest there will be for more Motorola-branded Wear OS watches, particularly as Google keeps on neglect the core platform.
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