Motorola's new mid-range wearable could be a worthy rival for the Galaxy Fit 3

Motorola expands its mid-range smartwatch series with an even cheaper option, the Moto Watch 40.

The new wearable is almost identical to last year's model, the Moto Watch 70, and has all the same features. It is equipped with multiple sensors to track your sleep patterns and heart rate. It also has a pedometer. When it comes to heart rate monitoring, the Moto Watch 40 tracks him 24 hours a day. This data is then used to generate graphs that detail how your daily activities affect your heart. You can see the information on your watch's display or in the Moto Watch Lite app for Android and iOS. When it comes to software, the device can integrate with Google Fit, allowing you to send all your data to the platform and share it with other health-centric apps.

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Like older wearables, the Moto Watch 40 boasts a 10-day battery life, but that lifespan varies depending on how often you use it. The device charges very quickly, taking about 25 minutes to reach a full battery. Other notable features include smart notifications to receive messages from your favorite apps, as well as an IP67 resistance rating that ensures complete protection against dust and splashes.

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