Motorola 360 is reportedly working on its new series of smartwatches. It is the best-looking smartwatch. Last week, a report claimed that Motorola is gearing up to launch three new smartwatches under the Moto Watch series. It is also the latest wearable chipset by Snapdragon. Smartwatch NFC, 5 ATM waterproof rating, and GPS and powered by Snapdragon 4100.
Motorola-branded Wear OS smartwatch with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon Wear 4100 processor. Moto 360 could work significantly better than the last and may reap some of the efficiency gains brought by the jump from a 28nm process to a 12nm one.
Despite Qualcomm’s claims that the new 4100 has an 85 percent faster CPU, two-and-a-half times faster GPU, and 25 percent more battery life, and you will get notified by watch when your phone is out of reach. A product road map for 2021 said a “Moto G Smartwatch” was coming in June, while July would see the “Moto Watch” and “Moto One.” The new Moto 360 Smartwatch – meticulously designed, premium engineering, Wear OS by Google for Android and iPhone support.
Exceptional design and durability – Crafted from premium materials: industry-leading scratch-resistant glass, latest heart rate monitor with a 3ATM rating presented in a SUS316 stainless steel body sealed with titanium screws and coated in an ultra-hard scratch-resistant PVD coating. – “What makes it different is the materials and build quality” – Digital Trends
Quick Charge in 60 minutes – Industry Leading Battery with lightning-fast charging in under 60 minutes.
All your favorite apps on WearOS – Spotify, Google Music, Google Play, Shazam, Viber, and many more. The latest GPS, heart rate, and step counting technology, with seamless compatibility whether you are an iPhone or Android user.
Track your workouts – Built-in with the latest GPS, heart rate, and step count technology means seamless compatibility with Google Fit, Strava, Adidas Running, Nike Run Club, and many more of your favorite health monitoring apps.
All the apps you love now on your watch –
Google Pay, Whatsapp, Messenger, Uber, Tinder, Shazam, Google music, Spotify, Google Maps, Google Assistant, and hundreds more. Motorola doesn’t make Moto-branded smartwatches itself. The name was licensed to a company called eBuyNow, which released the third-generation Moto 360 in 2019. eBuyNow later merged with another company called CE Brands the Moto-branded hardware roadmap for 2021.