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CE Brands is in the process of purchasing eBuyNow, which, for those with a good memory, was the company with the rights to exploit the Motorola brand in smartwatch, being behind the last third-generation Moto 360. In a presentation with the company's plans for this 2021 they have highlighted their intention to launch three new Motorola smartwatches.

Not many details of the new Motorola brand gadgets are known, although we have estimated dates and names. They would be models under the series Moto G, Moto Watch and Moto One and they would see the light in June and July of this year.

New Motorola smartwatches on the horizon

The Motorola brand is still around. Motorola was originally Motorola, until Google bought the mobile division in 2011 and sold it to Lenovo in 2014. In 2019, the virtually unknown eBuyNow took over the license to exploit the Motorola brand in the smartwatch category, being behind the third generation Moto 360.

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Now, CE Brands is in the process of acquiring all eBuyNow operations and assets and in an investor presentation details plans to progressively expand product diversification: water purifiers, smart lights, security cameras, and then beyond. June, Motorola brand smart watches.


The planning places a Moto G smartwatch in June and another two in July, from the Moto Watch and Moto One series. Unfortunately, we have no further details on this other than what can be seen in the screenshot above.

According to this capture, we have a Moto G with a circular screen, a Moto Watch with square display and a Moto One with a circular screen, although it is possible that it is a mockup that does not represent the final design of the products. Considering that the previous Moto 360 Gen 3 was Wear OS, it would be foreseeable that these were too, although this remains to be seen.

Via | Android Police