Mota offers budget-oriented smartwatches

Mota offers budget-oriented smartwatches

Smartwatches are cool devices with a major drawback – they tend to be expensive for most people out there. This will no longer be the case if you purchase one SmartWatch G2 by the US company Mota – a maker of innovative toys, electronic devices and smartwatches, of course.

The Mota SmartWatch G2 is a budget-oriented smartwatch that measures 76.2 x 63.5 x 25.4 mm and weighs just 34 grams. The device looks like a bracelet and comes with a monochrome display as well as a choice between two colors and two sizes.

The device makes use of an OLED display and includes a built-in microphone, high-end speakers and a function called “anti-loss” that informs the owner he/she is more than 5 meters away from the required smartphone. SmartWatch G2 also supports Bluetooth 3.0.

The new device is fully compatible with Apple iPhone, iPad and Android devices and offers support for Google Now and Siri. Users can expect a battery life that goes up to three days; while talking the battery life expectancy reaches 180 minutes.

You can now purchase the SmartWatch G2 for USD 80. For this much money you also get a 1-year warranty.

Source: Mota

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