Motorola today unveiled their new Android wear watches, the Moto 360 II, and Moto 360 Sport. They will be available in two sizes (for men and women), and with many more straps options, such as leather, metal, and that too in different colours.
Customers will be able to customise their watches with the Moto Maker, allowing for various bezels, materials, and finishes. The Moto 360 II for men that has a 42 mm display will sport a resolution is 360 x 325, while the men’s 46 mm version will get 360 x 330 pixels. It is armed with a Snapdragon 400 quad-core 1.2 GHz processor, with 512 MB of RAM. The watch has IP67 certifications that makes it dust and water resistant, and they have a 4 GB of on-board storage. The watches have optical heart-rate sensors, accelerometers, ambient light sensors, gyroscope, Bluetooth 4.0, and WiFi. These Moto 360’s will connect to your phone via WiFi when Bluetooth is switched off.
The hardware button has moved slightly, and the watches allow for better controls thanks to the Live Dials feature. The GPS equipped Moto 360 Sport will also have something Motorola calls an “Any Light Display”, which adapts to natural light. The Sport will be fixed in a silicone band with a special moisture/staining resistant UV coating.
The price of men’s and women’s Moto 360s ranges from $299.99 to $429.99 and the company has still not unveiled the price of 360 Sport.