The Moto 360 was the most anticipated Android Wear watch when it was announced. It launched last year to a tepid response. Most people were disappointed by the “flat tyre” look where the bottom of the round screen was cut off by the light sensor.
Last night, Motorola launched Moto 360 Collections, the next generation of Motorola’s Android wear device.
Moto 360 Collections:
The Moto 360 Collections is a range of watches based on one watch. separately designed for men, women and sports enthusiasts, you’ll be able to design your perfect Moto 360 with Moto Maker at www.motorola.co.uk. The Moto 360 Collection’s case comes with differently designed lugs for men and women, polished bezels in new styles and a range of quick release wrist bands allowing you to swap and change the look of your watch for whichever style you want.
Powered with Android Wear, you can get notifications on your wrist, send text, emails and imoji’s without taking your phone out of your pocket and get quick answers to questions with Google, all by using your voice. With built-in WiFi, you can still get notifications to your wrist even if your phone is out of Bluetooth range. The new range of Moto 360 Collections Live Dials, you can easily launch your most used apps straight from the watch face.
The Moto 360 Sport is specially designed for fitness enthusiasts, allowing you to go training without having to take your phone. With built-in GPS, your watch will record your route, pace and speed whilst the built-in heart sensor will keep track of your heart rate.The strong silicone wristband will wick away sweat and has specially designed air vents to keep you cool. The specially UV treated tough band won’t fade in sunlight and wont transfer colour either.
All the Moto 360 collections watches will be available from Motorola website through Moto Maker and will start at £229.00. The Moto 360 will be available from September, whilst the Moto 360 sport will be available soon.