Editor: Jason the “Bok” – Date: 17 June 2015
The Moto 360 has been with us for a little while now, however with Android wear’s recent update to version 5.1.1 this special device is still worth another look.
Straight off the bat, the Moto 360 features:
– 1.56″ Round Gorilla Glass Display
– IP67 Water & Dust Resistance Standards
– 300 MAh battery
– 512mb Ram
– 4 GB internal storage
– A sexy, sleek design and build
This aside, its still one of the most beautiful and well built Android Wear devices, and its lovely round display does not disappoint. The watch allows you to access all your favourite social app’s including: Facebook ; Twitter ; Whatsapp ; Viber etc notifications, as well as sports tracking either with the Moto app, Endomondo etc. The watch also can read your heart-rate, show you Google Now cards and on top of all this “display the time!”
Overall battery life is around 24hrs with a decent amount of usage, and apps such as Facer and WatchMaker allow for a full range of amazing watch faces including some designs of the big international watchmakers. It also allows the users own customisations and you will see it appearing in my several of my reviews.
In the box you get the wall power adapter, a micro usb cable, and its awesome Qi style bedside clock charging dock, all this wrapped very nicely in its round watch box.
Overall getting your hands on the Moto 360 is still well worth it, and if you are able to visit the US ; Europe or another region that it is available in, or simply know someone that side, this is a fantastic buy for around the USD $200 price.
Check out my unboxing and review: