Moto Watch 70 and Moto Watch 200 are Motorola’s latest smartwatches. While the former features health and activity tracking features, the latter offers AMOLED display and Bluetooth calling as well as a few more premium specs. Pricing and availability haven’t been revealed yet, but the official website indicates both watches will be available soon.

Moto Watch 200:

With a 1.78-inch AMOLED display and a 45mm aluminum case, the Moto Watch 200 comes in a variety of colors. It is 5ATM waterproof and has heart rate monitoring, SpO2 measurement, accelerometer, and altimetry. There is built-in GPS as well as activity tracking for over 28 sports. You can sync your data with Google Fit and Strava with the Watch 200.

This device runs Moto Watch OS and has a microphone and speaker for making on-device calls. Motorola claims that the 355mAh battery can last up to 14 days with regular use. You can pair the watch with your phone via Bluetooth 5.3 LE, and it also alerts you when you fall.

There will be two color options for the Moto Watch 200: Phantom Black and Gold.

Moto Watch 70:

The Moto Watch 70 features a 1.69-inch curved LCD in a 43mm zinc alloy case. It has an IP67 rating and a temperature sensor as well as a heart rate monitor. Over 100 watch faces are available along with the same activity and sleep tracking as the Watch 200.

The watch connects over Bluetooth 5.0 LE and boots Moto Watch OS. The battery is rated for 10 days of active use with a 355mAh capacity. Phantom Black is the only color available for the Moto Watch 70.