- Nicole Lee , Engadget
The Moto 360 is the most attractive Android Wear device you can buy right now, with a design that's more reminiscent of a regular watch.
- Lance Ulanoff , Mashable
Moto 360 is beautiful, smart and provides an excellent user interface. We just wish it wasn’t so finicky — and lasted longer.
Quality craftsmanship - Finely crafted with stainless steel, genuine Horween leather and scratch-resistant glass. | Timely updates at a glance - Get both the time, and what that moment means to you | Responds to your Voice - Just speak to get the info you need | Tracks Health and Fitness - Moto Body tracks your steps, distance and calories burned along with your heart rate | Works with your AndroidTM phone - Pair with any smartphone running Android 4.3 or higher
Quality craftsmanship - Finely crafted with stainless steel, genuine Horween leather and scratch-resistant glass. | Timely updates at a glance - Get both the time, and what that moment means to you | Responds to your Voice - Just speak to get the info you need | Tracks Health and Fitness - Moto Body tracks your steps, distance and calories burned along with your heart rate | Works with your AndroidTM phone - Pair with any smartphone running Android 4.3 or higherLess
|Size||5 x 5 cm (2 x 2 in)|
|Weight||2 grams (0.1 ounces)|
The experience of using the 2015 Moto 360 is completely different to using the 2014 Moto 360. This is because Android Wear is now a much more complete operating system. The chance to customize your own model has also made the customer experience better, and being able to charge the device quickly and without fuss makes slotting the Moto 360 (2015) into your daily routine pretty easy.
Despite the evolution of Android Wear, the operating system still needs further development. The Apple Watch and the Samsung Gear S2 are Motorola's major competitors in the wearables market, and they... Full review
The second generation Moto 360 is what I wish the first one would have been. It looks more like a real watch than any other Android Wear device, even the Huawei Watch. It's thin and light enough that it doesn't stand out in a bad way, but it looks stylish even in its default form. Smart watches are more of a fashion accessory than a phone is, but I'll say that I personally love the design of the Moto 360. It has a clean lines with a few nice touches like the beefy lugs and optional knurl pattern that I absolutely dig.
From a comfort standpoint, it's the best smart watch I've ever wo... Full review
If anything is game-changing about the second gen Moto 360 it’s the level of customisation on offer. Women in particular should get on very well with this smartwatch design. That said, Motorola’s rivals, particularly Apple, are fast catching up and everyone from fashion brands to modular smartwatch startups have realised that personal style is key for wearables. The Moto 360 2 improves on some key problems with the first Moto watch - performance and battery - but there's nothing that really moves smartwatches on. If you’re sold on Android Wear and are willing to accept its... Full review
The new Moto 360 is an improvement upon its predecessor, but just barely. At this point, the Apple Watch, the Pebble Time, or the original, inexpensive Pebble are your best options for getting into the world of smartwatches. The original Pebble gets you get a suite of useful apps, instantaneous notifications, and it works on both Android and iOS. The Pebble Time adds a color screen, better battery life, and impressive voice-to-text functionality that actually works. If you prefer a traditional round form factor, then keep an eye out for the Pebble Time Round, which starts shipping in Novemb... Full review
It does look rather stylish, the Moto 360 with which Motorola enters the smartwatch market. The materials are noble, and the circular display is a nice change to the otherwise sooner square smartwatches. The user should definitely update to Android Wear 5.0.1 because it considerably improves use. The Companion apps from either Motorola or Google also make it easier to configure the smartwatch. Wireless charging, and water and dust resistance are further high-end features.
What we did not like was the rather thick casing that actually makes the smartwatch useless for delicate wris... Full review
Motorola’s first attempt at a smartwatch has taken on board criticisms of all the other manufacturers attempts at smart wrist wear and tried to improve upon each. In some areas it has been a success, especially in the design department. The Moto 360 has got a lot of things right. The design is better than anything else available and it’s sure to improve yet again with the next iteration.
The battery since the update is also incredibly impressive. When you have a device that is primarily designed for checking the time, you need a strong battery and Motorola has managed to... Full review
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