Do you have a Motorola phone and want to find a compatible smartwatch? Maybe your current smartwatch needs replacing and you don’t know what works with your Motorola?
Or are you curious and want to know more? No matter the reason that brought you here, I have the answer for you!
Finding a smartwatch that is compatible with your Motorola phone can be tricky, especially if you have never bought one before.
ou head online for some guidance but are met with page after page of conflicting and contradicting information.
How are you supposed to sift through this information and find the right smartwatch for you? Frustrated and disappointed, you wonder if it’s worth trying to find a new smartwatch at this point.
Well, no more, I am here to save the day! Keep reading to see the best smartwatches compatible with your Motorola phone.
Whether you have a Moto G7, G Stylus, or Moto One 5G Ace, I am here with the best compatible smartwatches for you! Plus, I have also included a handy buyer’s guide and FAQ section so you can become an expert today.
OUR TOP PICK
First up is the Fitbit Versa 2! The affordable smartwatch is perfect to pair with your Motorola phone.
It’s lightweight, weighing just 1.3 oz, you won’t even notice it on your wrist! The aluminum casing provides enhanced durability without adding extra weight.
You don’t need to worry about being overly delicate with this on your wrist. Compared to previous models, you now have one button for navigation, making it easier than before to control!
There is also a touch panel that features a faster processor, making your swipes and touches super easy.
It’s not as fast as the newer Versa models, but it is still fast enough to load your apps quickly and show you what you want to see.
It’s water resistant for 5ATM too, so you don’t need to worry about taking it off to go swimming!
There is a good range of features here too. I love the sleep monitoring features that show you how long you’ve been asleep, your heart rate, and your breathing rate.
The sleep score shows how well you have slept, making it easier than before to know if your body is getting the rest it needs.
The fitness features are great too. You can count your steps, how many calories you have burned, and how far you have walked.
There is no onboard GPS with this watch, it relies on the connection to your phone to show your location.
While not having onboard GPS can be a downside for some people, it does have its perks. The biggest one is battery life.
The Versa 2 can last for up to five days, with the always-on feature off, that’s longer than your phone! If you have the always-on feature on, you can expect a battery of roughly three days.
- Affordable - suitable for most budgets
- Wonderful battery life - it can last for days so you don’t need to worry about charging it constantly
- Wide range of features - allows you to track your fitness and sleep schedule with ease
- Durable casing - ensures that your watch is protected from the knocks of everyday life
- No GPS tracking onboard
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The Moto 360 is perhaps the most compatible with your phone! It features a crisp AMOLED display and a wide variety of watch faces to choose from, allowing you to find one that reflects your style and easily view it!
It is a little bulky to wear compared to others on the list today, but don’t let that put you off! If you want a sturdy and rigid watch, it’s the one for you!
The watch weighs 56 grams so it isn’t the lightest, you will certainly feel it on your wrist.
What sets it apart from others is the fitness tracker function. It can track around 20 sports, providing heart rate, breathing rate, and blood oxygen levels!
It will show you how far you've traveled, the time it took, and more! It also has a built-in GPS so you can track your entire workout in one place.
Two buttons on the side help you navigate the watch. Plus the smart commands are quick thanks to the responsive screen!
You won’t find yourself tapping repeatedly with this watch, it listens to you.
You can enjoy an always-on display too, where you can see the time, date, and temperature. I found it super handy to be able to see all of this at a glance.
You also get 3ATM water resistance and it’s dustproof! You don’t need to take the watch off when you are doing some dusty DIY!
The only downside to the smartwatch is its low battery life. You get roughly 26 hours of battery life due to the always-on display draining the battery.
It can be annoying having to charge it almost every day but don’t worry, it charges in an hour so you don’t need to be without it for long.
- Good fitness features - allows you to track your exercises and overall health
- Splash and dust proof - you don’t need to take it off to swim or do some DIY
- Affordable - suitable for most budgets
- Crisp display - allows you to read the face with ease
- Short battery life
- Quite heavy and chunky compared to other models
Next, I have the Garmin Venu, the best option if you don’t want a Fitbit! Costing a little more than a Fitbut, the Venu comes in a range of colors allowing you to find one that matches your style with ease.
The large round face gives the look of a traditional watch but is packed with smart features.
You get a crisp AMOLED display, allowing you to read the time and date with ease. This comes in handy with the workouts that you can watch on the watch face!
The Venu comes with animated Pilates, yoga, strength, and cardio workouts that you can watch and follow along to get your blood pumping. There aren’t many other smartwatches that offer this function!
You can also fund over 20 preloaded GPS and indoor sports apps like running, walking, swimming, yoga, and more.
Simply pick the workout you are completing and your watch will track it for you! You can see your workout stats after it too, allowing you to track your progress.
It also tracks your stress, menstrual cycle, energy levels, sleep, and heart rate to show you what your daily health looks like. There are no more surprises when this watch is on your wrist!
This watch is full of handy features! My favorite is Garmin Pay, allowing you to pay for your goods with the touch of your watch. It’s never been easier to pay for coffee or your groceries while your hands are full.
Another handy feature is the music options. You can connect to your Amazon, Spotify, or Deezer music accounts to download your favorite songs and playlists.
Connect your wireless headphones to your watch and you can listen to your favorite music without your phone!
All of this comes with up to five days of battery life when used in smartwatch mode! Switch to music or GPS mode and the battery life is reduced to six hours of continuous use.
The watch itself is durable thanks to the stainless steel bezel and Gorilla Glass 3 screen.
The casing is made with a fiber-reinforced polymer that keeps your watch strong, but also light, weighing 46 grams. This weight should not be too noticeable on your wrist.
The only downside is that the touch screen can be a little fiddly to use at times.
Your widgets are arranged vertically and can be customized to match your phone, but you might find it tricky to move them around. It takes patience to master this!
- Great battery life - allows you to use your smartwatch worry-free for days
- Workout videos included - allows you to workout without the need for a class or trainer
- Built-in GPS - helps you to track your workouts easily
- Good variety of health features - helps you to keep your body in check
- Touchscreen is a little fiddly
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This Samsung watch is another perfect option, compatible with Motorola phones and all other Android phones.
The 360 x 360 touch panel features a wonderful AMOLED display. It is vibrant, sharp, and can be viewed from multiple angles. It has never been easier to glance at the time or check your notifications.
The watch is quite light too at 30 grams and comes with 20mm removable straps which can be changed to suit your style.
Now you can always match your watch to your outfit. There is a touch bezel that controls the watch, a digital upgrade from the mechanical dial on the previous version.
The interface uses Tizen OS, making it fast, lag-free, user-friendly, and simple to use. It’s the perfect watch for beginners or someone after an easy bit of tech!
I love how the always-on display is customizable too, allowing you to adjust it to your lifestyle.
The battery life is pretty average when compared to other watches on today’s list. It can last for two days when the always-on feature is turned off.
With the always-on feature on, you get just over 24 hours. Thankfully, the watch doesn’t take too long to charge. It’s full and ready to go in 2 hours!
The fitness features on this smartwatch are fantastic too. You can enjoy the separate trackers for a range of sports like cycling, swimming, and running, checking your stats, and reviewing your performance.
What sets it apart from other watches is its automatic alert. If your watch detects a low or high heart rate, it alerts you and offers advice on what to do.
It also has a wonderful sleep tracker. Not only does the sleep tracker record your sleep schedule, but it offers fantastic insights on how to improve your sleep.
If you are struggling to get your eight hours of sleep, the watch can help you!
You can connect the smartwatch to your phone through Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection. This way, if your phone is out of the Bluetooth range, but still connected to your Wi-Fi, your notifications will pull through as normal.
You can sync up your favorite apps too, like Spotify to stream your music through your watch (and wireless headphones).
The built-in speaker and microphone make it easier for you to make and take calls too. Your voice comes through too, no one will think you are talking through a watch!
- Reasonably priced - suitable for most budgets
- Sleep tracker - offers great insights to help improve your sleep!
- Built-in speaker and microphone - allows you to make and take calls with ease
- Wonderful fitness features - allow you to track your exercise in one place
- Battery life isn’t anything special
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If you want a smartwatch that looks like a traditional watch, then the Withings Steel HR is the best option for you!
The subtle design means that no one would know it is a smartwatch at first glance, perfect for those that want a watch to match their suits.
It has a stainless steel back and a mineral glass face that offers enhanced durability, without adding any weight to your wrist.
You won’t even know your watch is there. Plus, it is water resistant up to 50 meters, so you can head to the pool worry-free.
You can customize the information displayed on your watch face, with a small circular panel at the top showing your heart rate, steps, and notifications from your phone.
By using the Withings app on your phone, you can customize all of this, creating a watch face that suits you.
What stands out about this watch is its rechargeable battery that can last up to 25 days!
That’s super impressive when you consider the few days other watches on this list offer. If you decrease the use of the heart rate feature on the watch too, it can last up to a month.
You will never need to worry about finding your charger again. What’s more, when the watch charges, it only takes an hour to fully charge!
What I love about the watch is its fitness tracking features. You can monitor roughly 30 sports including resistance training, swimming, walking, swimming, hiking, running, and more!
The heart rate sensor monitors your heart 24/7 and is one of the most accurate on the market.
It also tracks your sleep cycle, displaying a sleep quality score, allowing you to track your sleep.
It pairs brilliantly with your Motorola phone and is an excellent watch for anyone that wants a stylish smartwatch.
- Excellent battery life - allows you to wear it for weeks without needing to charge it
- Accurate heart rate monitor - offers 24/7 monitoring that you can easily view
- Phone notifications are displayed - so you never miss a call or text again!
- Over 30 exercises monitored - helps you to keep track of your fitness and exercises in one place
- More expensive than other watches on the list
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The Amazfit Verge is the cheapest option on my list today, and a great choice for the budget conscious! It’s an affordable watch with plenty of features I think you will love!
It’s a lightweight watch, weighing just 46 grams. While it’s light, it doesn’t look the best. You don’t get the premium design that we have seen on other watches, but don’t let that put you off!
It has good water and dust resistance, but it isn’t suitable for swimming. I’d recommend only wearing it in the shower and any mild submersions, like washing dishes.
What you do get is a crisp and sharp display thanks to the AMOLED display. There are also lots of pre-loaded watch faces for you to choose from and a single button that you can use for controlling the watch.
The touchscreen is great too, it’s reactive and super fast so you aren’t left pressing things multiple times before you see any action!
You also get a wonderful battery life with the smartwatch. It can easily last four to five days with the automated fitness tracking turned off. If you leave the tracking on, you are looking at three days of battery life.
The excellent battery life means you don’t need to worry too much about finding your charger or taking it with you on short trips.
And when you do need to charge the smartwatch, it takes no time at all! When I charged mine, it went from 0% to 90% in thirty minutes! It is insanely fast.
The smartwatch is perfect for Motorola users. You can control your phone through the watch with ease!
This might seem like a pointless feature, but it is a lifeline when you are doing sports. You can track 11 sports automatically like tennis, climbing, cycling, and running.
You don’t need to waste time setting up the watch, simply start exercising and it will do the rest.
You also have a built-in microphone and speaker, allowing you to make and answer calls with ease.
Plus, the microphone is pretty clear so no one will think you are answering calls through your watch.
You get great accuracy too, thanks to the barometer and heart rate sensors. You can monitor your heart rate 24/7, just like the Withings watch, but at a fraction of the price!
The advanced sensors also offer a sleep analysis which can help you improve your sleep and get more rest when you need it!
While it might not look the best, it has fantastic features and is sure to save you some dollars if you purchase it!
- Affordable - perfect for virtually any budget
- Fantastic phoneless features - allows you to keep in contact with everyone and never miss a notification, even without your phone!
- Accurate sensors - help you learn more about your body, especially your sleep cycle and heart rate
- Automatic sports tracking - saves you time as you won’t need to set up the watch
- The design isn’t very stylish
If you want an Android smartwatch, you need to try the Fossil Gen 5! Their newer model, the Gen 5 is a fantastic smartwatch, especially for Motorola users.
The first thing to note is that this watch isn't the lightest. It weighs just under 100 grams, making it one of the heaviest on today’s list.
But don’t let that put you off! It is only a slight issue for joggers and runners, but you get used to the weight pretty quickly.
You can choose from a silicone and metal 22mm strap, allowing you to find one that suits your style. You can also choose from a range of colors and the straps are easy to take on and off.
The smartwatch is waterproof up to 30 meters too, so it's excellent for swimmers! You won’t need to worry about it getting wet and you can track your swims with ease.
The display on the watch is fantastic too. You get great viewing angles too, allowing you to glance at the time in a way that suits you.
You have three buttons on one side that can be customized too, creating a smartwatch that suits your needs.
You also have the tiny crown that can be used to navigate the menus as the rotating bezel isn’t the best on this watch.
What sets it apart from others is the three battery modes you can choose from. First, you have the daily mode where all the features can be used. In this mode, you can expect your battery to last for a day.
You also have the extended battery mode, where you can expect your battery to last for two days, but some of your features will be limited.
You also have a custom mode. This will allow you to set what features are used, the usage, and a few other features.
The battery life will speed up on how many features you leave running in the background.
While it is great to have these options, none of these battery lives are particularly long, especially when you compare them to other watches on the list.
But there are plenty of other features that make this watch stand out! You can pay contactless through your watch thanks to the NFC.
There is also a speaker and microphone built-in, allowing you to receive and make calls. The speaker too can also be used for music. The quality is surprising too!
Sure it won’t be as good as an actual music speaker, but it does the job and will provide you with music while you work out. You can also enjoy an accurate GPS tracker and heart rate sensor.
And there are plenty of fitness features too, allowing you to track how far you have traveled, your calories burned, steps, and more!
Sure it might not have the best battery life, but its wide range of features makes it a great smartwatch to check out.
- Choice of battery modes - allows you to tailor the watch to your needs
- Built-in speaker - makes it easier to enjoy music while you work out
- Accurate sensors - help you track your heart rate
- Water resistant - perfect for swimmers that want to track their lengths
- Heavier than other models
- Not the best battery life
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Finally, I have the Ticwatch E3, the perfect affordable Android smartwatch. This watch is the cheapest on today’s list and is perfect for anyone after a bargain!
Despite being affordable, you don’t need to compromise on any of the features that you want from your smartwatch.
There are over 100 professional workout modes that allow you to track your fitness and health data.
You can choose from cycling, HIIT, swimming, mountain climbing, ice skating, and more tracks on your smartwatch!
These are updated frequently too, by updating the TicHealth app on your phone.
It comes with an impressive 8GB of storage and 1 GB of RAM, more than enough for your apps to run with ease.
You can also enjoy Google Assistant, Google Pay, and other third-party apps you might want to use.
Although the patio design isn’t the best, it does have a thick case that will provide some durability.
You also get a beautiful AMOLED display with vibrant, crisp colors and lines. The silicone strap is comfortable too, I had it on all day without any discomfort.
You can wear it swimming too, as it comes with a water resistance of 50 meters. Now you don’t need to keep count of your lengths, let the watch do it for you!
There are plenty of fitness features too, including a sleep tracker, stress levels, blood oxygen, and your heart rate. While it doesn’t come with an ECG, you can still keep track of your health and fitness.
It is worth noting that the data is not in line with industry standards, so the trackers aren’t 100% accurate.
You can use them as a rough guideline, but if you want to track these levels accurately it might be worth enlisting the help of a professional.
You get a decent battery life too. It can last for two to three days, which isn’t the best but is standard across smartwatches.
You can boost the battery too if you turn off the AMOLED display, music, and GPS, extending the battery life to a week!
- Affordable - the perfect watch for any budget
- 50M water resistance - perfect for swimmers or surfers who want to track their movement
- Charges quickly - you are never without this watch for long
- Over 100 workout modes - you can track your activity with ease
- No ECG
- The battery isn’t the best
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When it comes to buying your new smartwatch, there are a few factors that you should consider.
I have compiled a list below of all the factors and features you should consider when buying a smartwatch compatible with your Motorola phone.
Let’s take a look at them now to help narrow down your search!
First, you want to consider the features of the smartwatch. Think about what features are essential to you and how you intend to use the watch.
Not sure what features you need? I think a notification alert, stopwatch, alarm, timer, and watch faces should be at the top of your list.
Also look out for contactless payments, exercise tracking, and GPS too. These features make your life easier, allowing you to pay without needing to grab your wallet, see your step count easily, and get directions from your watch in new areas.
It’s worth noting that these features often come at a higher price point, so be sure to consider your budget before making your choice.
Another handy smartwatch feature is the ability to make or answer calls through your watch. It is perfect when your hands are full or you have misplaced your phone.
Even if you don’t intend to wear your watch in water, you should still consider the water resistance of your smartwatch.
From getting caught in the rain to forgetting and leaving it on, you want to know that your watch is protected whenever you wear it!
Water resistance on watches varies greatly. Most commonly, we see IP68 and ATM5 as ratings. IP68 means your watch can be submerged in water for up to 5m.
ATM5 watches can be submerged for up to 50m.
If you intend to wear your watch swimming, you want an ATM5 rating, or higher. I don’t recommend going for a lower rating than IP68.
5m of water might sound like a lot, but in reality, it isn’t. You don’t want to forget to take it off, jump into the pool and break your watch, do you? Opt for the higher water resistance and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with it!
Battery life is the bane of all smart devices, no matter what you choose, it never seems to be enough! Look at the battery rating stated on the smartwatch before making your decision, you want to be sure it lasts as long as you need it to.
The battery life on smartwatches does vary dramatically. Apple watches need to be charged overnight, Android watches offer a battery life of up to 3 days, but some watches can last up to 25 days!
The battery life you can expect depends on a few factors. The first, and most obvious, is how often you use it. If you have your watch screen on all day, it will drain the battery.
The same if you are using your GPS constantly. This requires a lot of power and impacts your battery life dramatically.
But you don’t need to guess how long your battery will last. Most watches offer a standard battery life and one based on the GPS running constantly.
This allows you to see how much use you will get out of the smartwatch while you use it. If you use GPS a lot, for hikes or directions, knowing how long it will last on your watch is vital.
It’s also worth noting that the battery life is reduced. Larger watches tend to have a larger battery, giving them more power and making them last a little longer than smaller versions.
This is great news if you have a larger wrist or are looking for a large watch face.
Next, you want to consider the display quality of the smartwatch. You will want a display that is crisp, and vivid, with true black and white allowing you to enjoy the display on your smartwatch.
Opt for an AMOLED display rather than an LCD display. LCD displays are usually a lower resolution but tend to be the preferred option for cheaper smartwatches, so your budget might dictate your resolution.
When considering the display, you will also want to consider the brightness level of your watch face. You want a brightness level of 1000 nits so that you can always read your screen with ease, no one wants to be straining their eyes!
And in terms of display size, you should opt for at least 1.2 inches. This allows you to see a preview of your notifications without being cut off. It also makes it easier to glance at the screen when you are on the move to check the time or directions.
Another important factor to consider when purchasing your smartwatch is your budget. Smartwatches vary in price depending on the features that I have looked at today.
It's best to consider what you want from your smartwatch and how much you want to pay before starting your search. You don’t want to fall in love with a smartwatch and then realize that it is out of your budget.
Thankfully, you don’t need to spend a fortune on a high-end smartwatch, there are affordable options too! You can still enjoy the features that you want, without breaking the bank.
Check out the smartwatches I reviewed above to see which one best suits your budget!
Most smartwatches will come with some form of fitness and health features. These can be tracking your workouts, step count, and even recording your heart rate and performing ECGs!
While the ECGs won’t be as accurate as ones professionally done, they are a good way to keep an eye on your heart health and make you aware of any slight changes that could lead to an issue.
The extra health features do come with a higher price tag, so I don't recommend spending the cash on a watch with the features if you don’t plan to use them.
If you are interested in having an in-depth analysis of your health, then go for it.
But if you plan to use the watch to track your steps, send messages, and set alarms, you don’t need to spend the extra money on a watch with added health features.
Frequently Asked Questions
Before you leave today, be sure to check out the brief FAQ section to get the answers to your last-minute questions!
Does Motorola Have A Smartwatch?
Yes, Motorola has the Moto 360, its own smartwatch. However, it's worth noting that after 2 editions, the smartwatch was discontinued by Motorola, which they attributed to a lack of market space.
But it isn’t all bad news! Canadian company eBuyNow has licensed the Moto 360 brand and released the new Moto 360 in 2019. The new Moto 360 is similar to the Fossil Gen 5 but with a completely different exterior.
What Is The Best Smartwatch For Motorola G7?
Any of the watches listed above will work well with your Motorola G7, G6, and even the Z3 phones. But if I had to pick one, the Moto 360 (Gen 3) works best with the G7!
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