Moto 360 Review
Smartwatches are the new IT, everyone is making one . People are talking design functionality and form like its the latest lingo. To me it has to be a watch first, it has to be something I can wear to any location and at any time. This brings me to the Moto 360, Motorola’s first Smartwatch powered by Android Wear. Moto 360 is a classically-designed, modern timepiece powered by Android Wear. Off the bat its, comfortable to wear, with a familiar feel that reminds you that you are wear a watch and not some piece of Gadgetry. The first aspect of the Moto 360 I love is within the craftsmanship. rafted with the finest materials and all metal finish to the Moto 360. Plus its got a round clock face
Besides looking like a watch, the Moto 360 is powered by Android wear; the Moto 360 has a built in Pedometer, Heart Rate Monitor and Heart activity tracking. Moto 360 keeps you up to date without taking you away from the moment. Glance at your wrist to see updates or just speak to get the info you need. Keep track of your steps and know your heart rate thanks to a built-in pedometer and heart rate monitor. Enjoy battery life that lasts all day, yes all day meaning 24 hrs and not 12 as some reported ( that is possible if you have the ambient screen on all he time), then just place Moto 360 on its wireless charging dock at night or any availabel QI wireless charging plate you already have. .
I hav emy issues with Android wear on it s performance and where it needs to be. that been said Motorola has crafted the idea watch that can be stylish, functional and smart all at the same time. Moto 360 will be available in black leather and a limited edition gray leather with suede finish in the US today starting at noon EST for $249.99 USD on motorola.com, Google Play, and through Best Buy stores and BestBuy.com. Additionally, Moto 360 will be available in two metal options later this fall for $299.99 USD. For those who buy a Moto 360 today, there will be an option to purchase a metal band later this fall for $79.99 USD. Leather bands will also be available independently for $29.99 USD at that time.