Legendary Moto 360 smartwatch returns with improved design and NFC
Without any noise on the official website of Moto 360 announced the third generation of famous watches. From the second generation, they differ in improved filling and the presence of a chip for contactless payments. In addition, the manufacturer corrected the main drawback for which previous Moto 360 scolded: removed an inactive strip that violated the round shape of the screen.
Speaking of the manufacturer: technically, the legendary watch was not revived by Lenovo, but by the independent manufacturer eBuyNow. However, this is indeed the third generation released under the Moto brand.
Moto 360 third generation equipped with a 1.2-inch OLED display with a resolution of 360 x 360 pixels. It supports the Always On function so that you can find out the time without unlocking the clock. To control the interface, you can use not only the touch screen, but also two physical buttons. The upper one imitates the wheel and works on the principle of Digital Crown in the Apple Watch, and the lower one launches the selected application.
The heart of the watch is Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 processor, supplemented with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal. A battery with a capacity of 355 mAh is enough for a whole day of active use or three days in the Always On display mode. Importantly, they charge up to 100% in just an hour.
The Moto 360 runs on Wear OS and supports proprietary services – including Google Pay, Google Assistant, and the Google Fit activity tracker.
The novelty was priced at $ 350 – this is one of the most expensive watches on Wear OS. Pre-orders will open in November, and watches will arrive on store shelves in December, just in time for the holiday season. The watch comes with two straps: rubber and leather.
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