Moto Watch 70 and 200 launch as Motorola's latest smartwatches
The Moto Watch series has been augmented by new 70 and 200 variants today (May 2, 2023). They have been added to Motorola's web-site without pricing for the time being, although it is clear that the latter will be the more premium of the 2.
It has a 1.78-inch AMOLED display rated to stay on as long as 14 days per charge, as opposed to 1.69-inch LCD with up to 10 days of battery life in the Moto Watch 70. Its version of Moto OS is rated to focus on sleep-tracking and weather reports, whereas that of the 200 is imbued with the ability to compile and share "daily vital reports" and to show text messages from a connected smartphone.
They both support heart-rate monitoring, although the 70 has a temperature sensor where the 200 supports blood-oxygen sensing instead. The 70 has IP67 ingress-protection for its zinc-alloy case, whereas the aluminum 200 has a 5ATM spec. The higher-end model also supports Bluetooth calling and fall detection. The Moto Watch 200 comes in Warm Gold as well as the Phantom Black of the Watch 70.