At IFA 2015, Motorola presented the Moto 360 in two models, the classic and the Sport . It is available in two sizes 46 mm and 42 mm. They’re both LCDs, with resolutions of 360 × 325 and 360 × 330, respectively. The 2015 model is more fashionable than the previous version, and this may be one of its highlights. Additionally you can also detach and reattach straps with a little patience.
The display shows a marked reduction in screen reflection, so Motorola seems to have fixed the problem that bedeviled the first version of this wearable. The 2015 version of Moto 360 is Optimized for fitness tracking and maintaining stats of active time.
The Moto 360 (2nd gen) runs the Snapdragon 400 processor, the frequency to 1.2 GHz. But it has the same 4 GB of internal storage and 512 MB of RAM as the 2014 version of the watch. There is a 300 mAh battery in the 42 mm version and a 400 mAh battery in the 46 mm version. The Moto 360 (2015) comes with a charger packing Qi technology. To charge the second generation Moto 360, you only need to place the watch on the adapter and it’ll do the rest.
Last week, Google also released an official app that allows users of the iPhone to pair their phones with Android Wear smartwatches. You can read more here. So Moto 360 2nd Gen is not a deal breaker and you can definitely consider it when buying a wearable.
That’s all folks!