Motorola Moto Watch 70 Launching soon with heart rate monitoring, zinc alloy case
The unannounced Motorola Moto Watch 70 was posted yesterday on Best Buy Canada’s website, and the product pages (in both French and English) are still live, suggesting a stealth release.
Motorola’s undisclosed Moto Watch 70 boasts a battery life of up to 14 days, is compatible with both Android and iOS devices, and features 23 different sports modes.
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Furthermore, it has a 1.69-inch color display with 240 x 280 pixels and a Zinc-alloy housing.
This wearable with heart rate monitoring and other fitness tracking functions has a model number of MOSWZ70-PB and a price tag of C$99.99 (about US$75), but it is not currently for sale.
In addition to its distinctive black Zinc alloy case, which is available only in conjunction with a black silicone band, the Motorola Moto Watch 70 features the following features :
- Dynamic health tracking uses an accelerometer, gyroscope, heart-rate monitor, and SpO2 sensor to monitor your steps, distance, running, elevation, calories burned, heart rate, and more
- 23 sport modes support your active lifestyle by helping you to establish routines and push yourself further
- Bluetooth 5.0 technology pairs with your Android or iOS smartphone so you have access to important notifications, right from your wrist
- Extended battery life delivers up to 14 days of continuous use and recharges fully in just 60 minutes
- 1.69-inch full-colour display boasts a 240 x 280 resolution so it’s crisp, clear, and easy to read
- Zinc-alloy case and a silicone strap offer lasting durability under your toughest workouts
- IP67-rated water resistance makes it safe to wear the watch while you’re swimming and showering
In addition to what has already been mentioned, the Motorola Moto Watch 70 has a single physical button and a band that can be adjusted from a minimum circumference of 158 mm (6.22 inch) to a maximum of 239 mm (9.55 inch) (9.41 inch).
While the watch can track your heart rate, it doesn’t record your electrocardiogram or EKG.
Though the publication date predates the official launch announcement, it is expected that sales will commence later this month.
The Canadian price tag says C$99, which is equivalent to about $75 USD.