Motorola partner leaks three new Moto smartwatches for 2021 with the Moto G, Moto Watch and Moto One shown
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Almost a year has passed since we reviewed the Moto 360 Gen 3, a stylish smartwatch that Motorola and eBuyNow, the company that produced it, let down with underwhelming battery life. It looks like the Motorola and eBuyNow partnership will yield a few more smartwatches though, starting with the Moto G in June.
This is according to CE Brands Inc & eBuyNow, which included three unreleased Moto smartwatches in a recent investor presentation. Apparently, Motorola will release the Moto Watch and Moto One a month after announcing the Moto G, renders of which you can view below. Typically, Motorola releases mid-range devices under its Moto G series, so we expect the smartwatch of the same name to be a cheaper option to the Moto Watch and the Moto One.
The investor presentation did not reveal any specifications, but the Moto Watch's design suggests that it will be the sporty alternative to the Moto One. Meanwhile, the latter appears to have two hardware buttons, just like the Moto G. It is unclear if the image above is of the Moto G or Moto One, although the pattern of its top hardware button tells us that it is not a Moto 360 Gen 3. We imagine that all three will run Wear OS.