Motorola Moto 360 Sport price in Malaysia & Specs for December, 2018

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Cheapest Motorola Moto 360 Sport Price in Malaysia is RM 419.70

The Motorola Moto 360 Sport is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Motorola Moto 360 Sport price in Malaysia is RM 419.70 from Lazada. You can also choose between different Motorola Moto 360 Sport variants with Black starting from RM 898.90 and Orange at RM 1,399.00. Motorola Moto 360 Sport price details are updated December 2018.

Motorola Moto 360 Sport Price Guide

Price List by Country for Motorola Moto 360 Sport

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 1.945.000 RM 567.00
Malaysia MYR 419.70 RM 420.00
Philippines PHP 5,501.00 RM 436.00
Singapore SGD 139.00 RM 425.00

Motorola Moto 360 Sport Price in Malaysia by Variants

Variants Price Store
Motorola Moto 360 Sport Orange RM 1,399.00 Lazada
Motorola Moto 360 Sport Black RM 898.90 Qoo10

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Motorola Moto 360 Sport Specs

Display Size 1.37"
Display Resolution 360 x 325pixels
Always-on Display Yes
Pixel Density 263ppi
Display Type LCD
Multi-touch Yes
Operating System
iOS Compatibility No
Android Compatibility Yes
Windows Phone Compatibility No
Operation System Android
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Silicone
Removable Strap Yes
Memory Card Slot No
Internal Storage 4GB
Release Year 2016
Scratchproof Yes
Shockproof Yes
Water Resistant Yes
Built-in Microphone No
Dustproof Yes
SIM Card Slot No
Heart Rate Yes
Pedometer Yes
Sleep Tracker Yes
Music Player No
Stopwatch Yes
Messaging No
Radio No
Wi-Fi Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Cellular No
Housing Shape Round
Dimensions (W x H x D) 45 x 45 x 11.5mm
Weight 54g
Processor Core Quad Core
Processor Speed 1.2GHz
Processor Snapdragon
Built-in Camera No
Battery Capacity 300mAh
Battery Life 24h

Reviews of Motorola Moto 360 Sport
Reviewed on 2017-02-20
Got some leftover ang bao money and not sure what to do with it? The right smartwatch can help you exercise better, get more organized, or sleep better (perhaps even all three). But with so many choices out there, how do you know which is the best for you...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-13
Although the Motorola 360 smartwatch is already now in their 2nd Gen, that's not the case for the Moto 360 Sport as it's the 1st Gen edition for RM1399. Available only in black, white and orange and as the name implies, the sports edition is meant for ser...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-10
If I had to identify one other technological trend besides Virtual Reality that would most likely hit big this year, it would be smartwatches. Or smart wearables, whichever you prefer.For people like us at, smartwatches may not be the “late...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-12
With the release of its Moto 360 last year, Motorola defined what an Android wearable could be like, namely: clean design, a round face and something that wouldn't look out of space in a boardroom. Its follow-up further improved on the formula by providin...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-11
The Motorola brand has been rather quiet, at least in Malaysia. Now a Lenovo company, we've not heard much about Moto since the Moto G, E and X (well, sort of). Recently, it made a re-entry of sorts, this time through its smartwatch – the Moto 360. The se...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-14
AnyLight display is crystal clear almost anywhere, Standalone GPS allows phone-free run tracking, Silicon strap is snug and sweatproof
Heart rate readings are iffy, Included apps only cater for runners, Battery life still poor at 24hrs
It's tough being a smartwatch. Everyone expects you to measure this and notify that, not to mention the brain drain of being an always-on Bluetooth buddy.Far better, you might think, to pick a niche and nail it. Become a master of your very particular on-...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-16
GPS tracking is great for runners, Silicone rubber band is very comfortable, great for exercise
GPS drains the battery quickly, Shorter battery life than non-sport Moto 360
The Moto 360 sport targets fitness buffs with key features like a GPS for route-tracking and an altimeter for tracking elevation changes. The Moto 360 Sport comes with a silicone band and connects to both iPhone and Android phones through the Android Wear...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-05
AnyLight Hybrid Display is great both indoors and out, Minimal hiccups in performance, Accurate GPS tracking, Lightweight and not overly bulky, Charging is quick and easy
Battery life could be much better, Only tracks running for now, Cannot swap out watch bands
The original Moto 360 was the first truly compelling Android Wear device to come to market, and it remained one of the go-to options for folks testing the smartwatch waters back in 2014. Then in 2015 when a sea of other wearable devices came to market, th...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-17
Unlike many smartwatch manufacturers hitting the market with new devices, Motorola was one of the early players in the field. This means that they are on to their second generation of devices giving them some experience regarding what works and what does...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-16
Michael A. Prospero is the reviews editor at Laptop Mag and Tom’s Guide. When he’s not testing out the latest running watc, skiing or training for a maratho, he’s probably using the latest kitchen gadget.
Touch screen hard to use when hands are sweat, Many features only available when paired with Androi, Not waterproo, Can't use GPS or HR monitor with third-party apps
As a runner, I wear a GPS watch and heart rate monitor while training to get the most accurate record of my distance, pace and heart rate, but after I'm done, the watch comes off, not to be used until my next outing. The Moto 360 Sport ($299) aims to make...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-15
Motorola launched the second-generation Moto 360 last fall and fixed many of the issues with the original watch, but at the same time it teased the Moto 360 Sport. It took months for it to come out, and even then there was little promotion surrounding it...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-11
Display is great in sunlight, Great run-tracking apps, Built-in GPS is convenient, Comfortable design
Moto software is mainly for running, Ambient display is sometimes hard to read
The state of wearables in 2016 can be boiled down to two types of devices: smartwatches and fitness trackers. Most smartwatches attempt to be fitness trackers, but if you're serious about fitness, you still need a dedicated device.The Moto 360 Sport is de...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-11
Sporty, lightweight design, Syncs easily with Android, Built-in GPS
Not entirely waterproof, Battery life isn't great when using GPS, Occasionally sluggish, Doesn't play well with iOS
If three's company, we'd say Motorola has gone and made a full-on family out of its Moto 360 smartwatch. Hot on the heels of its second-generation Moto 360 comes the Moto 360 Sport, an Android Wear timepiece designed to compete not with TAG or Sony or Sam...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-10
Comfortable, tracks steps taken and distance traveled accurately, great run routing, can leave your smartphone at home while running, display performs well in direct sunlight
Can't be customized, band gets dirty easily, heart rate monitor is inconsistent, short battery life, can only track running, Prev2 of 2Next
The 2nd generation Moto 360 is currently one of our favorite smartwatches — so much so that even the iPhone users around here prefer it to the Apple Watch. But, the Moto 360 isn't the only smartwatch Motorola has out on the market. The Moto 360 Sport is m...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-08
Works just fine as a standard Android Wear watch, AnyLight display makes ambient mode easy to read in the sun
Only comes in one size and style, Fitness tracking is optimized around running only
I hate running. It's not just because I have bad knees and it hurts to run—I would rather lift weights and get my cardio on a recumbent bike where I can distract myself playing mobile games. Motorola's fitness-focused version of the Moto 360 is not for me...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-08
Works just fine as a standard Android Wear watch, AnyLight display makes ambient mode easy to read in the sun
Only comes in one size and style, Fitness tracking is optimized around running only
I hate running. It's not just because I have bad knees and it hurts to run—I would rather lift weights and get my cardio on a recumbent bike where I can distract myself playing mobile games. Motorola's fitness-focused version of the Moto 360 is not for me...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-30
You'd be shocked at the amount of requests we get every day of people asking us to recommend a good wearable for fitness. Surely this is the era of smartwatches and fitness trackers, but not all of these products are good enough to address the needs of pe...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-15
The Moto 360 Sport has GPS for tracking pace and distance when running, and a display that is easy to read in different environments
Battery life is dreadful, running features are limited, expensive compared to similar GPS watches, Android Wear still feels like a work in progress
This weekend, I will be running a 10-mile road race. It will be my first in nearly five years. To prepare for it, I've been running regularly for the past few months with an assortment of gadgets: the Garmin Forerunner 235/630, TomTom Spark , Fitbit Surge...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-05
Great design. Integrates well with existing fitness apps
Battery life, have to use Moto Body phone app to sync with other fitness apps, no sleep tracking - although with the current battery life, I'm not sure it would last for a full 24 hours. Bit of a dust magnet given the silicone material
It's been almost a year since I last visited an Android Wear device when I reviewed the original Moto 360. For the most part the smartwatch does what it's supposed to, but in the end having constant notifications on my wrist wasn't for me. When Motorola...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-02
Reflective display performs great in the sun, Silicone body and strap built for fitness, Integrated GPS for phonefree run tracking
Battery struggles to get through a day, Fitness features underdeveloped, Silicone picks up every piece of lint and hair, Ambient display has no backlighting
Motorola's latest Android Wear watch is its first focused on fitness, though in practice it's really only good for running.The original Moto 360 was the one of that first batch of Android Wear watches that set the tech world abuzz. With a clean and consid...
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