Motorola has revealed the first round shape Android Wear smartwatch. After this release, LG G Watch R was launched and this is considered its major rival. Moto 360 is described as one of the most beautiful smarwatches that was ever launched and it costs 250 dollars. With this new device, Motorola managed to prove that smartwatches can be trendy and fashionable and it is considered to be one of the most recommendable devices that are worth strapping to your wrist.
Moto 360 has a circular design that reminds of the old analogic tickers that were made by stylish designers. Devices like Samsung Gear Live, Pebble Steel and LG G Watch are considered no match for Moto 360 and its interesting design. The best thing about this device is not only that looks good, but it also is built with quality. Its stainless steel housing and genuine leather default wristband makes this device one of the most attractive on the market and an appropriate watch that can be worn at almost any occasion.
Moto 360 is not the only round Android Wear smartwatch, LG G Watch R also has the same shape, but Moto 360 is the first device that arrived. This shape is not only for fun or for fashion, the construction is also elegant. On the side of the smartwatch, you can find a little home button that resembles a watch crown. This button activates the watch or puts it to sleep, or you can bring ups a setting menu when you press and hold it. On its back, it has an optical green LED heart-rate monitor, while the rest of the back is inductive for contact-free charging.
Moto 360 features a 1.56-inch diameter touch display that is also a Gorilla Glass-covered, with a resolution of 320×290 pixels and a pixel density of 205 ppl, TI OMAP 3 processor, also find on the MotoACTIV and Moto Droid X, 512MB and 4GB of internal storage and a decently sized 320mAh battery that comes with a day-long battery life before it shuts down. You can find Moto 360 at 250 dollars and it is considered one of the best-looking Android Wear watches now. Anyone can try this fashionable device.