MOTA is updating its line of wearables with the new $80 MOTA SmartWatch G2. The new model looks a lot like company’s original smart wristwear which launched earlier this year. And it has the same price tag.
But the new SmartWatch G2 has a built-in mic and support for Siri and Google Now, allowing you to speak commands or questions without taking our your phone.
The MOTA SmartWatch G2 supports Android and iOS and pairs with phones over Bluetooth 3.0. It can vibrate to let you know when alerts are available, and displays caller ID on the OLED screen when it detects an incoming call to your phone.
It’s the Siri and Google Now integration that probably makes the new watch most interesting. You can use it like an external mic for your phone to check the weather forecast, send an email, or even surf the web with your voice.
MOTA says the watch gets up to 3 days of standby time… but only 180 minutes of talk time. Charging takes about 2 hours.
The MOTA SmartWatch G2 is up for pre-order for $80 and it should begin shipping June 20th.