MOTA has announced the new SmartWatch G2, the successor to SmartWatch G1 and is available for pre-order. The SmartWatch G2 comes with better performance than the first version and the company has now introduced support for Google Now and Apple’s Siri intelligent personal assistants. Once paired with an Android or iPhone, users can speak commands to the SmartWatch and hear the results without having to hold or wear their phone.
You can connect the SmartWatch G2 with your phone and once connected, it can be used to quickly and easily send email, check a weather forecast, search the web and more. Lightweight and solidly built, it is engineered for superior performance with integrated premium speakers, a microphone and a vibrant OLED screen.
In case of an incoming call, the SmartWatch G2 vibrates to alert the wearer and also displays the caller’s ID. The SmartWatch G2’s built-in Anti-Loss feature notifies the wearer when their phone is approximately 20 feet away, so in case you forget your phone in any store or cafe, the smartwatch will notify you. The SmartWatch G2 offers up to 180 minutes of talk time and up to 72 hours in standby mode.
Probably one of the surprising feature is the Bluetooth 3.0 support, we are not sure why company left out the Bluetooth v4.0 support on this latest variant.
MOTA’s SmartWatch G2 Available in black, white and red and is listed for $79.99 and shipping will commence starting June 20. You can pre-order it from here.