- Lily Prasuethsut , TechRadar
If you loved the first Moto 360, you'll love the new model's major design improvements along with some new, minor added features.
- Nathan Ingraham , Engadget
The hardware and battery are better; the design is more thoughtful; and there are a host of customization options to meet your personal style.
The original Moto 360 was a success story for the Android Wear platform. Although it looked fantastic, it had some shortcomings and was comprehensively outperformed by other Android Wear devices such as the Sony Smartwatch 3. Motorola has fixed a lot of the problems with its previous device, and has improved just enough to make the Moto 360 (2nd Gen) relevant and worthwhile.
Apart from a huge improvement in performance, the screen is a bit sharper and swapping out watch straps is a lot easier now. There is also the option of a smaller size, which might appeal to some people who p... Full review
The Moto 360 is slick—it’s very, very pretty, especially if you spring for one of the metal versions and the fancy bezel options. I got more compliments on the watch from people who had no idea it was a smartwatch than I’ve gotten for any piece of jewelry ever. The notifications aren’t overly disruptive and it’s nice getting that buzz on my wrist. True to function, I looked at my phone way less. A quick glance at the wrist is much nicer. It’s situationally useful, of course—in meetings or when I’m being social, it’s nice not to be totall... Full review
Still, there isn’t much that Motorola can do about that, and what it has done with the Moto 360’s hardware is to be applauded. The Moto 360 2 is a much more attractive, refined and practical smartwatch than last year's model, with different sizes and strap widths that mean it will appeal to a far broader spectrum of buyers, and a better battery life.
It’s a shame Motorola hasn’t seen fit to specify an AMOLED display this time around – that might have pushed the Motorola Moto 360 2 up above the LG G Watch R and Watch Urbane at the top of the Android Wear... Full review
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