Check out our video review of the Moto 360 2nd Gen.
The watch still shares the clean styling cues from the previous model. For us, that’s not a bad thing at all.
The Moto 360 2nd Gen is also one of the most customizable smartwatches out there.
Users even have a choice of rose gold, black, or silver, cases made out of aircraft-grade stainless steel.
Moto 360 features exclusive bands in stainless steel and genuine leather. The watch features a new lug design and quick-release bands.
Motorola offers three different versions of the Moto 360 2nd Gen – a 42mm men’s with 20mm size band; a larger 46mm men’s with a 22mm band, and women’s 42mm case with a 16mm band.
The watch works with both Android and iPhone smartwatches.
The 300mAh battery in the 42mm men’s and women’s models lasts up to 1 ½ days.
It charges via wireless induction cradle which uses a regular micro-USB cable.
It charges “wirelessly” in a smart-looking induction cradle (which uses a regular micro-USB cable). You’ll have to charge the watch every night, which can be quite a rigmarole after a while, so be prepared to take it off a lot.
A new SnapDragon 400 Qualcomm chip makes sure that apps operate smoothly. The watch also comes with 512MB of RAM, as well, as and LCD-AMOLED screen, Corning Gorilla Glass 3, and the requisite heart rate monitor, and health and fitness tracker.
The Moto 360 2nd Gen is also IP67 certified dust and water resistant – up to one meter of water for 30 minutes.
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