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Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen Rose Gold Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelMoto 360 2Gen
DateDec 2016
Ports & interfaces
Bluetooth version4.0 LE
BluetoothYes
USB portNo
Wi-FiYes
Wi-Fi standardsIEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g
Weight & dimensions
Width42 mm
Depth42 mm
Thickness1.14 cm
Band width1.6 cm
Power
Battery capacity300 mAh
Battery life36 h
Storage
Compatible memory cardsNot supported
RAM capacity512 MB
Flash memory4 GB
Design
Housing colourPink gold
Housing materialStainless steel
Band colourBeige
Band materialLeather
ShapeRound
DustproofYes
WaterproofYes
Features
Display typeLCD
Display resolution360 x 325 pixels
Built-in microphoneYes
Display diagonal3.48 cm (1.37")
Mobile operating systems supportedAndroid, iOS
Built-in cameraNo
Display technologyLCD
Pixel density263 ppi
Processor manufacturerQualcomm
Processor modelSnapdragon 400
Processor frequency1200 MHz
Processor cores4
AccelerometerYes
International Protection (IP) codeIP67
Ambient light sensorYes
GyroscopeYes

Reviews of Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen Rose Gold

lesterchan.net
Reviewed on 2016-01-04
Large Display 46mm, Pretty good battery life, Notifications better than Apple Watch, Reasonably priced
Nonretina screen display, Can't act on notifications (iOS limitation), Android Wear iOS app has to be running in background (iOS limitation), Lack of official accessories in Singapore
Do check out my post on Moto 360 (Second Generation) – Unboxing & Setup before reading this review.Moto 360 (2nd Gen) – On WristI have been using the Moto 360 (Second Generation) instead of my Apple Watch for almost two weeks now. I do miss my Apple Watch...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-12-24
In my opinion, the original Motorola Moto 360 was the best Android Wear smartwatch last year with its good looks, slim bezel and great all-round performance. The second generation Moto 360 retains most of the design elements of the original. It still fea...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-23
Seen as a gimmick when they first appeared, smartwatches are now a thriving product segment.Its rise is even starting to put the squeeze on traditional watchmakers. Swiss watch exports - a bellwether of the industry - had their worst quarterly decline sin...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-23
In my opinion, the original Motorola Moto 360 was the best Android Wear smartwatch last year with its good looks, slim bezel and great all-round performance.The second generation Moto 360 retains most of the design elements of the original. It still featu...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-12-15
Gorgeous metal and glass design, now available in 2 case sizes, Watch lugs now take standard watch straps
LCD display not as bright or contrasty as OLED and AMOLED smartwatches, Battery life could be better, Ambient light sensor cuts off part of the screen, Not that much better than last year's Moto 360, A lot more expensive than last year's Moto 360
The original Motorola Moto 360 was one of our favorite smartwatches of last year. With its minimalist round design, and stainless steel and glass build, it was one of the few smartwatches that didn't make you look like a total nerd. This year, there's a n...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-07
Motorola has a new Moto 360, and it's not a smartwatch. This time, it's a Moto Mod that records 360-degree video at 4K resolution using two 12-megapixel cameras and captures 3D audio thanks to its four built-in microphones. The “Moto 360 camera” is, if no...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-03
Captures 4K 360-degree video, Stitches video in real-time, Also supports 360-degree and panoramic still images, Promises live streaming support
Visible stitch lines and exposure differences between two lenses, Purple fringing visible toward edges of lens coverage, Design makes tripod use difficult, Pricey
If you're thinking about buying the Motorola Moto 360 Camera ($299.99), we're going to make a couple of assumptions. One, you own, or are buying, a smartphone with Moto Mod support, which is required to use the device, and two, you really, really want a 3...
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techgeeknelson.com
Reviewed on 2017-01-26
The second generation of the Moto 360 smart watch is out now and it could be the best Android wearable out there. Allow me to list off some of my first impressions after putting it to the test for past 2 days.Specs4gb of storage 512mb Ram 1.5-2 day ba...
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musicphotolife.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-25
For any smartwatch running on Android Wear, the screen interface and feature set is identical. So Android Wear makers use exterior design and add-on software to differentiate one from one other.Here is what I feel about the 2nd-generation Moto 360 smartwa...
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talkandroid.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-28
Motorola, one of Android Wear's head advocates, is back again with an updated Moto 360. Feedback from critics and consumers led Motorola to slightly alter its smartwatch for the better. But, while the Moto 360 (2015) is better than its predecessor, this s...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-30
Looks exquisite, Available in multiple models, Supports WiFi, Motorola's customisations such as Live dials are useful
Flat tyre display, Pricey proposition, Battery life is dismal
“Although expensive, the second-gen Moto 360 brings forth a classy design, good performance and decent battery life”Google introduced its wearable-centric platform Android Wear in May last year, and partnered with a handful of hardware manufacturers. With...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2015-11-23
premium materials, stylish design, heart-rate monitor, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, wireless charging dock, bright screen, dust and waterproof (IP67), ambient light sensor...
poorly positioned and disturbs the looks, poor battery life, inaccurate sensors, Wi-Fi sometimes unreliable
Tick-tock again. The second generation of the Moto 360 has undergone a minor facelift. It is state-of-the-art technically and even has a brightness sensor, however the sensor has its quirks. A model designed for women is also available...
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techaeris.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-15
The round design and the customization you can do in Moto Maker is worth the price. Still the best value in an Android smartwatch you can find, for what you get. Improved design over V1
Android Wear claims to work on iOS and it does but to a limited extent. Android Wear is excellent on Android devices but lacks good iOS integration which is due in part to iOS itself. iOS users should probably just get an Apple Watch
It wasn't long ago when I said that smartwatches were useless devices that no one really needed, then I started reviewing and testing them. Truth still is, no one really “needs” a smartwatch but if you have some disposable income they sure do come in hand...
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androidpolice.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-05
The first few Android Wear watches from mid-2014 were watches in name only. They were really more like tiny screens strapped to your wrist that told the time. The design of Android Wear devices has evolved significantly since then, and now there are some...
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chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-28
Plenty of great customization options, women aren't an afterthought anymore, looks and feels like a traditional watch, bright and sharp display, great performance, gestures and interface are intuitive to use, base model is reasonably priced, IP67 dust and...
iOS functionality is limited, battery life could still be better — we have to charge our watch pretty much every evening, would like to see more accessories like docks, flat tire (the flattened part at the bottom of the watch face) is still there
Last year when we reviewed the first gen Moto 360 , there was no denying that it was a serious trendsetter in the world of smartwatches. T he second gen Moto 360 has now arrived, and despite the fact that it isn't a drastic departure from its predecessor...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-16
Lots of customization options, Design, hardware and screen are all improved, Solid battery life
Android Wear still needs some polish, More expensive than last year's model, Less useful with theiPhone
The Moto 360 made a huge splash when it was introduced alongside Android Wear some 18 months ago. It was by far the most attractive smartwatch the world had seen, and it held its spot near the top of the heap for many months after -- mostly because it loo...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-14
Classy design, Comfortable to wear, Customizable with Moto Maker, Super useful Dials and Dials II watch faces with customizable dials, Wireless charging dock doubles as nighttime clock, IP67 dust and water-resistant
Display isn't fully round, Interface isn't optimized for round display, Heart-rate sensor is slow, Android Wear not optimized for circle display
Motorola's first Moto 360 smartwatch was the face of Android Wear . It was a beautiful, round smartwatch — even if it did have a slow processor, low-res screen and software that clearly wasn't meant for a round face.Motorola has addressed most of these sh...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-14
Updated design allows for a premium look and feel, Watch straps now easily replaceable, Smaller version available for those who want it, Fantastic wireless charging implementation returns
Microphone issues with recognizing "OK Google" prompt, Infamous "flat tire" returns, Gets costly depending on preferred look
With Motorola kicking off the round Android Wear smartwatch trend last year with the original Moto 360 , there was a palpable anticipation as to what its follow-up would bring. Its successor, however, enters a smartwatch market that has seen rapid growth...
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techwelike.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-13
I jumped on the wearable game for a while now. Being able to play with gadgets early on. I reviewed the first generation Motorola Moto 360 Android Wear smartwatch last year. You can read that review here. I'm back to give my opinion on the second generati...
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greenbot.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-13
Bright, sharp display, Excellent battery life, Snappy performance
"Flat tire" display returns for the 2nd year
If you're looking for a smartwatch that delivers a “next-generation” experience, the 2nd generation Moto 360 isn't it. In fact, none of the Android Wear watches really move the platform forward in a significant way—perhaps because Google is largely in the...
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