Thursday, September 3, 2015

Motorola unveils second gen Moto 360's

Motorola's Moto 360 is the most popular Android Wear device to date , the watch , designed in a round (flat tire) design made it a instant as rival products went on a squarish design philosophy which didn't appeal well to the masses . Although Android wear is still a bit "small" in comparison , the market is expected to grow as Android Wear is slowly pushed to potential iOS users who are keen to try new hardware . Although Motorola enjoyed success with the 360 , the outdated specs and the somewhat plain design needed some drastic change and So Motorola has unveiled not one , but two Moto 360 smartwatches today


Motorola Moto 360 2nd gen 


As the name suggests , this is basically the "regular" Moto 360 -stepped up for 2015 .The new watch which is now available in 42mm and 46mm face sizes ,still retains much of the old Motorola DNA from last year -including the flat tire bezel up front . Hardware specs including processor and display information is still not available , but so far we managed to find out that the new watch(es) feature a 275mAh battery for the 42mm version and 375mAh battery for the 46mm version .Pricing for the new models start at $299 (42mm) and prices will run upto $429 for a top of the range model




Motorola Moto 360 Sport 


If you like outdoor activities and jogging around but was worried about scratching your precious Moto 360 then Motorola has the answer for you - Introducing the new Moto 360 Sport . As the name implies , Motorola is basically trying its hand on the "fitness buffs" here with this model . The watch , based on the standard model is set up to be more durable and able to take more punishment as the watch has UV protection , a silicon shell and a "anylight" daytime view able display  ,although it is not your Casio g-shock , the Moto 360 Sport will keep up with your tasks and work as a independent system if you have wifi around .Details and pricing for the Moto 360 sport will be available later on .

if you are curious about the standard Moto 360 , here is a small chart showing the color options for the 42mm and 46mm versions , keep in mind the entry level model costs $299 and you can pay upto $429 once you start using moto maker on it


Written by Rakitha for MasHD

Source - DroidLife

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