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Release Date in Malaysia
ModelMoto 360
DateJan 2015
Ports & interfaces
Bluetooth version4.0 LE
USB port
Weight & dimensions
Width46 mm
Depth46 mm
Thickness1.15 cm
Weight49 g
Battery capacity320 mAh
Housing colourBlack
Housing materialStainless steel
Band colourBlack
Band materialLeather
Display typeLCD
Display resolution320 x 290 pixels
Built-in microphone
Display diagonal3.96 cm (1.56")
Mobile operating systems supportedAndroid 4.3
Built-in camera
Pixel density205 ppi
Vibrating motor

Motorola Moto 360 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2017-11-16
Stylish circular design, Great build quality, Affordable price, Wireless chargingBattery life is poor, Inefficient processor, Few default faces
Moto 360 proves that smartwatches can be as fashionable as its Google Now-integrated software is functional, making it the first Android Wear watch worth strapping to your wrist.Its circular watch face takes cues from stylish designer wristwatches with an...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-25
Motorola is now into its second generation of Mod-enabled phones with the release of the Moto Z2 Play a few weeks ago and now the Moto Z2 Force. As far as we know, there won't be a regular Z2 variant this year, so Moto seems to have split the difference b...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-04
The first iteration of the Moto 360 was about as well received as any first-gen smartwatch can. It sustained some criticism for its weak processor and battery life but was praised for its external aesthetics. Like many of the players in the market, it was...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-28
One of the most attractive smart watches around Bright screenShort battery life Poor voice recognition Brightness sensor takes up valuable screen space
As one of the first smart watch manufacturers, Motorola should have a lot of experience making wearables and the Moto 360 doesn't disappoint. Breaking away from smart watch stereotypes, the Moto 360 is round rather than square. This alone makes it feel l...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-19
Update: The Moto 360 has now been superseded by the Moto 360 2, but you can still buy the original. It's a lot cheaper than it was, available now for around £150 from major retailers such as John Lewis. However, should you buy one? I'm not convinced it wo...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-01
Luxurious Feel, Snappy and Responsive, Wireless ChargingHefty Price Tag, Subpar Battery Life, Lacks Innate Sleep Tracking App
The Moto 360 Sport edition was launched awhile back, but the original Moto 360, is still a fantastic masterpiece I would recommend to anyone in the smartwatch market. The Moto 360, in my humble opinion, is the perfect fusion between fashion and function...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-10
Lightweight and comfortable, battery life, affordable, day and night trackingAuto sleep tracking isn't ideal, limited visual encouragement
Samsung Galaxy Gear SPrice: Starts @ 24,900Key SpecsPros: Bright AMOLED display, calling and 3G internet ability, Good battery life, premium design, efficient sensors functionality, IP67 certifiedCons: Feels bulky to wear, Tizen OS has few applications, t...
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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 trackingBattery 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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Reviewed on 2015-12-17
While my first inclination was to title this post "what no other smartwatch has", that just wouldn't be accurate. What we've got here is a bona-fide piece of technology in the Moto 360 Sport that's never been released in any device before. Here, according...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-04
Smartwatches really only came onto the scene in a major way in the past two years — Google, Apple, and Samsung are all hoping it'll be the next big computing platform. Since then, we've seen lots of manufacturers try different strategies for strapping a c...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-12
Classy, light, customisable design, Android Wear is halfway there, Improved performance,Flat tyre remains, Battery is better but nothing special, No features to stand out from Android Wear rivals
The original Moto 360 was the most hyped smartwatch of 2014, not to mention the poster child for Android Wear. In many ways, it was destined to disappoint. This time around the spotlight has split, and Motorola has been offered some room to breathe.With a...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-16
You know what they say, gang: When it rains, it pours.Just yesterday, I strapped on the new Moto 360 smartwatch, which showed up in the midst of my Moto X Pure Edition review process. And now, what do we have here? Why, it's the other highly anticipated W...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-04
Hundreds of customization combinations, 42mm model specially made for small wrists, Improved performance, Boosted battery lifeFlat tire is still there
The original Moto 360 is arguably the smartwatch that put Android Wear on the map. Motorola's first wearable was simplistic yet stylish with customization options and, boldly, the first with a round face. It goes without saying that the new Moto 360 has a...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-02
A year after the first generation took the smartwatch world by storm with its timeless looks, it is time for the new Moto 360 to step up to the plate. The new iteration of Motorola's acclaimed Android Wear device arrives on the market with revamped design...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-19
It's August, which means that kids are filling their backpacks with pens, paper, textbooks and – oh, who are we kidding, no one uses those things anymore.Students want tech , and that's why our Back To School Guide features the best smartphones , tablets...
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