Motorola have finally unveiled the second generation of the Moto 360. It comes in 2 sizes, a 46mm and a 42mm size and has a sports edition.
The 46mm option comes with a bigger 400mAh battery, 1.56 inch LCD display with a resolution of 360×330. The 42mm come with a 1.37 inch LCD display with a 360×326 resolution and a smaller 300mAH battery. Both sizes come with the 1.2Ghz Snapdragon 400 processor as seen in the first Moto 360, Gorilla Glass 3, 512MB RAM and 4GB internal storage. As with the first Moto 360, wireless charging and wifi is enabled.
The watch is just as stunning as its predecessor and it sill has the famous “flat tyre” at the bottom. For me, personally, it’s not a deal breaker, but can be annoying at times.
The power button is now at the two o’clock position, with new strap lugs with quick release to enable you to change the straps a lot easier than with the first gen.
The sport edition comes with GPS and AnyLight display. This is a display that enables you to see the screen indoors and out whatever the lighting.