The Moto 360 watch is Motorola’s circular wonder that everyone is waiting to latch onto their wrists, even though the first two Android Wear watches are out.
Motorola has been fighting an battle for some time now, that’s just the reality of things.In today’s smartphone industry, one that’s being shaped by the bigger, more renowned players like Apple and Samsung, we have forgotten how Motorola played its part to shape Android’s success in the space.
Processor: TI OMAP 3
Operating system: Android Wear
Display: 1.56 inch LCD with 320×290 pixels at 205 ppi
Internal storage: 4GB
Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.0 LE
Sensors: Pedometer and optical heart rate monitor
Battery capacity: 320 mAh
Dimensions: 46mm diameter and 11.5mm thickness at 49 grams
Moto 360 made of 1.56-inch 320 x 290 (205 ppi) LCD display with Gorilla Glass 3 The computerized Moto 360 watch screen is rumored to be a custom-made OLED display, which would make sense given its circular shape and need to conserve battery life.
OLEDs consume as much as 40% less power when displaying black images vs LCDs because they can turn off individual pixels. The opposite is true for battery-draining white backgrounds.
The steel body feels sturdy, with a perfectly smooth circular edge, very slim bezels around the screen and a single power button on the right-hand side.The beveled metal edge makes the Oreo-shaped stainless steel watch look more premium. The Gorilla Glass also has a beveled edge and the bezel around the viewable display is minimal.
The Moto 360 runs Android Wear and it honestly took me a little time to get used to how this OS functions. There is also an updated Motorola Connect app where you can connect your computers, Moto 360, and even the Moto Power Pack Micro battery with Bluetooth connectivity.
The Moto 360 has a 320 mAh battery and for most days I was easily able to go 20+ hours before killing the battery. This was with the ambient screen setting turned to off. I have no need to have the display on all the time and as long as the display lights
The Moto 360 is IP67 water resistant, has dual microphones for the Google Now voice functionality, and Qi standard wireless charging capability.
The Moto 360 is sold for $249.99, but is currently out of stock. You may have luck at local retail stores like Best Buy.
This watch has all special features and made with good standards. The hardware used and also material used to make this product are really good. Large and clear Display,reasonable price,Qi standards of wireless charging techonology are the features making people to buy this product. The only problems with this is that only limited apps are supported and battery do not last for long time.