New Delhi: Moto fans, the wait is finally over. Motorola has actually introduced the much-awaited second-generation variation of its Moto 360 smartwatch in India with rates starting at Rs 19,999. The smartwatch will be available starting today at 7.30 pm IST on Myntra and Flipkart websites.
Moto-360 (second-generation) was revealed at IFA in Berlin in early September. The brand-new Moto 360 smartwatch, from Lenovo-owned Motorola, comes in 3 variations: A males’s watch in two sizes, a ladies’s version and a sports design called Moto 360 Sport.
The 42mm Moto 360 comes with a 1.37-inch (360×325-pixel resolution) screen, while the larger 46mm model has a 1.56-inch (360×330-pixel resolution) display screen. Users can personalize Moto 360 making use of Motorola’s Moto Maker design studio. “Customize your Moto 360 to your precise specifications— numerous case sizes, bands, surfaces, and bezels– utilizing Moto Maker, our online design studio,” says the company on its blogpost.
Specs include a 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400, 512MB of RAM, 300mAh battery and 4GB of internal storage. The new Moto 360 models support wireless charging and loads accelerometer, ambient light sensing unit, gyroscope and vibration/haptics engine.
For connection there’s Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g. Just like lots of current Android Wear watches, Moto 360 second-gen too supports ambient display screen ability with the watch display screen switching to a power reliable black and white mode with minimal information, when you’re not actively looking at it.
Early last month, Apple released its much-awaited Watch range in the country. Apple Watch is officially readily available for sale through Apple’s retail channels across the nation. The smartwatch – in Gold, Rose Gold, Area Gray, Silver Anodized Aluminium; polished Silver or Area Black stainless-steel, and 18-Carat Rose Gold and Yellow Gold – was launched 7 months after its launch in numerous countries.
Apple Watch comes in 40 mixes in two case sizes of 38mm and 42mm across 3 collections of Sport, Edition, and the routine. Besides the case, the box consists of a band or strap, both of which can be found in different material and colour combinations.
Motorola has launched the much-awaited second-generation version of its Moto 360 smartwatch in India with costs starting at Rs 19,999. Users can personalize Moto 360 using Motorola’s Moto Maker design studio. “Personalize your Moto 360 to your precise specifications— numerous case sizes, bezels, finishes, and bands– making use of Moto Maker, our online design studio,” states the company on its blogpost.