A Look At The Moto 360 2015 Smartwatch

Wearables especially watch are still in their infancy these days, and every company that are trying to make way from the growth of this business focus more on one thing, simple to make sure their devices feel natural, just like their non-smart-counterparts. And this is exactly what Motorola tried the very same thing with the first-generation 360 smartwatch back then in March 2014, when they officially unveil their device.
One challenge most of the companies that are into wearables item find is ability to come up with a design that
makes more sense on such a device, well not Motorola they love going more traditional approach and developing a smartwatch that's round. From my survey i concluded that the company (Motorola) wanted something that can always double as a watch but at the same time has smart capabilities, like phone notifications and fitness tracking ( something i believe every smartwatch out there does right now)

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Although in Moto's case, the intention i believe was very clear and simple: a round watch that makes it look natural on the wrist, and that you can be proud of wearing anytime. As far as issue o hardware upgrade are concerned here, The company (Motorola) didn't just pick anything too exotic, but they went for the standard in the wearables industry: talk of 4GB of internal storage, 512MB  of RAM , coupled with Bluetooth 4.0 and even Wi-Fi 802.11b/g.

Also they made a significant upgrade in the area of processor, this time the company installed a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 with 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU (APQ 8026) and an Adreno 305 with 450MHz GPU, both contributing to increase battery life and even faster response that everyone was looking for. The LCD display comes in the form of a 1.56-inch screen for the 46mm configuration.

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Coupled with Gorilla Glass 3for additional protection. Making Motorola pretty much the first company in the world that has created a smartwatch with a round display that isn't round. So whether you have an Android phone or thinking of getting one soon coupled with a smartwatch, believe me Moto 360 is a perfect choice. And the price is not that much, right now the range goes from $299-$429 for the biggest.

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