Moto 360 Smartwatch: The Gadget To Wellness

Feb 08, 2017 08:30 AM EST | Hem Cervantes

Motorola's most recent Android Wear watch can be customized by the user's own preference utilizing the company's Moto Maker site. The Moto 360 is now equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chip with 1.2GHz quad-core CPU and an Adreno 305 450MHz GPU.  The smartwatch also comes with a 512MB of RAM, and a 4GB of internal storage for apps and music.

This latest smartwatch added on the list has an IP67 waterproof rating which allows up to one meter submersion in fresh water for about 30 minutes. The Moto 360's throughout the day battery charges when the watch is set on to the included wireless charging dock. While charging, it shows the time and charge level, making it perfect for bedside tables and work areas.

Dimensionally, the 46mm watch measures in at 1.56 inches with a resolution of 360 x 330 x 233 pixels per inch while the 42mm watch has a resolution of 360 x 325 and 263 per inch and at a 1.37-inch display. It is created with a Gorilla Glass 3 that shields the surface from scratches, and a thin bezel encompasses it. In any case, the tradeoff for insurance has brought about the arrival of feared punctured tire bezel on the base of the screen. However, they take it over the somewhat tremendous bezels found on the Asus ZenWatch 2.

Moto Body is a built-in activity tracker, intended to move a more advantageous way of life. It highlights a pedometer to monitor your development and an optical heart rate screen, which monitors the heart rate and gives a chance to perceive how much time spent in different heart rate zones.

The performance of the Moto 360 has additionally enhanced in the course of the last-generation gadget. It is far snappier and responsive than some time before. The Moto Body application is a good addition to Google Fit since it gives more choices between wellness applications.    

 

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