Motorola has introduced a new Moto 360 in a relatively surprising way. The new edition of the now quite old Android smartwatch has not only Google’s newest Wear OS on board, but also new hardware under the hood. Basically the best variant currently that Google and Qualcomm can offer us. A Snapdragon 3100 and 1 form the base […]
Motorola has introduced a new Moto 360 in a relatively surprising way. The new edition of the now pretty old Android smartwatch has not only Google’s newest Wear OS on board, but new hardware under the hood as well. Basically the best variant currently that Google and Qualcomm can offer us. It is based on a Snapdragon 3100 and 1GB of RAM, as well as 8GB of data storage for locally stored music and apps.
Moto 360 with current hardware
Motorola also has NFC for Google Pay on board, a new always-on display, new fast charging (0-100 in 1h), and a time-only mode for longer battery life of up to three days. The front uses a 1.2 ″ round OLED display with a pixel density of 327 PPI. In addition, the housing is made of stainless steel and water resistant up to 3 ATM, the battery is 355 mAh, the location is available via GPS / Glonass / Galileo, Internet access is possible via WLAN and the side buttons can be adjusted.
Actually, it doesn’t look like the new Moto 360 is coming to Europe at the moment. Motorola probably doesn’t even build the watch itself. Visually, the 2019 Moto 360 is definitely a good eye-catcher. Still, the next generation of Qualcomm processors might be worth waiting for right now.