Motorola seems to have decided to return to the release of smart watches. An unannounced Moto Watch 70 has already appeared on the BestBuy network, priced at just $75.
This price is due to the fact that this is not a full-fledged smart watch, that is, they do not have an operating system. The novelty received a 1.69-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 240 x 280 pixels, and the display is rectangular, but covered with a noticeably curved glass.
Autonomy is declared equal to 10 days, there is water protection (IP67), a pulse oximeter function, Bluetooth 5.0 and 23 sports modes. But there is no NFC in the watch, just as there is no cellular modem.
It is important to note that the Motorola inscription is visible on the image, and BestBuy indicates that this is the Motorola Moto Watch 70, and not just the Moto Watch 70. The fact is that several recent Moto Watch models were not produced by Motorola at all, but by eBuyNow, which licensed nonsense Moto Watch. Here, apparently, it is about Motorola.