In early 2020, a Canadian company called eBuyNow introduced a smartwatch called the Moto 360 through a contract with Motorola. Now, apparently, this contract has remained valid this year as well, and three new smart watches from the Moto brand with the Wear OS operating system will probably hit the market in the following year.
EBuyNow and CE Brands Inc. provide information in the February 9 presentation file Have published Which contains interesting cases. Users were already familiar with eBuyNow, but a second company is set to join them soon. According to the company’s roadmap, which shows their plans for 2021, the Moto J watch will be introduced in June, and the Moto Watch and Moto One will be introduced in July.
The Moto G smartwatch, whose name naturally comes from the Motorola smartphone line, is almost identical to the Moto 360. But it has a white / silver body without a rotating touch and two flat buttons can be seen to the right of it. Given the name of this device, we can guess that its price will be more reasonable.
A month after the Moto G, we can see a new product with a rectangular screen that has just one button, just like the Apple Watch. The user interface of this device has been changed to match its rectangular screen. The Moto One, on the other hand, looks like a thinner, possibly premium device.
Another slide, Product Partners, states that eBuyNow is one of the few active Wear OS licensed companies. Of course, this company is one of the first brands to enter into cooperation with Qualcomm to make premium wearable products.
It is unknown at this time what these devices will look like, but using the Snapdragon Wear 4100 with 1GB of RAM could guarantee their future. But given that the Moto G smartwatch is likely to be cheaper, we might see it with the Snapdragon Wear 3100.
On another page of this file, an unseen image of the white version of the third generation Moto 360 can be seen, which has a transparent body and the charger coil and other circuits of the device can be seen from inside.
The launch of these three products together can help increase competition in the market for Wear OS-based handsets and provide the conditions for the growth of this ecosystem.