According to Motorola's vice president Rick Osterloh the company is planning to release a smartwatch this year that will address "consumer issues like style and battery life." This was revealed at a panel at Mobile World Congress. Osterloh did not reveal anything more than one will be released so an exact release, price or specs is unknown. Motorola has been in the wearables market before with its MotoACTV activity tracker, but it didn't gain much ground. If their smartwatch is to succeed it will likely have to stand above the rest with something unique and be at a price that is competitive. Now that Motorola is under Lenovo they could very well make this happen with new ideas.