Motorola's range has been expanded with the Moto Watch 40 smartwatch, priced at $65.
As always in such cases, technically this is a fitness bracelet without a full-fledged OS. But it has a fairly large screen with a diagonal of 1.57 inches. There is also water protection (IP67), 10-day autonomy and fast charging - it only takes 25 minutes to fully replenish the charge.
Of course, the device can track a variety of activities, monitor heart rate, sleep, determine blood oxygenation, and so on - this is a typical modern activity tracker.
Separately, it is worth saying that the entire Moto Watch line is not produced by Motorola itself. The brand has been licensed by eBuyNow for several years.