Motorola is expected to launch three new smartwatches in June and July. This emerges from a presentation by the commissioned manufacturer. The design looks quite different in each case, although the operating system is likely to be the same in each case.
The Canadian company CE Brands mentioned the new smartwatches at an event. The company manufactures the devices on behalf of Motorola, which will then come onto the market under the "Moto" brand. The presentation can be viewed on the CE Brands website and shows the design of the upcoming products, as well as the release dates. The Moto G Smartwatch will appear in June and the Moto Watch and Moto One will follow in July. It could be the US release dates, maybe the international times as well.
The Moto G Smartwatch has a modern, rather sporty design, while the Moto One apparently has a leather strap and makes a classically elegant impression. The dials of these watches are round, while the Moto Watch has a square design and is similar to the Apple Watch. The watches are likely to differ in terms of purposes and user types, but Google's Wear OS will probably serve as the operating system.
Probably with Snapdragon Wear 4100
The presentation mentions a partnership with Google and Qualcomm. Therefore, the Snapdragon Wear 4100 could be used as the processor. Motorola is currently offering the Moto 360 smartwatch, which is equipped with the previous Snapdragon Wear 3100 chip and an OLED display. It should not be long before the new smartwatches are officially presented to the press and customers.