46mm Men Silver case with Cognac Leather band – S$549
42mm Men Black case with Black Leather band – S$479
42mm Woman Rose Gold case with Blush Leather band – S$499
This is my second time playing with an Android wear device. The first was the LG G Watch. I will be splitting the review into two parts, the first part (this post) will be the unboxing and setup and the second part (another post) will be about my experience.
Despite having a Nexus 6P, I will be reviewing the Moto 360 (2nd Gen) using an iPhone instead. My experience will mostly be a comparison with my Apple Watch.
Android Wear on iOS is somewhat a new thing. It came to iOS in August 2015. Before that you can only use Android Wear on an Android device.
OS: Android Wear
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 400
Display: 46mm Backlit LCD Corning Gorilla Glass 3
Sensors: Heart Rate and Pedometer
Water resistance: IP67
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy
Dimensions: 46mm (diameter) x 11mm (case) x 22mm (band)
The box of the Moto 360 (Second Generation) looks like a cylinder. The cylindrical packaging echos the design of the round clock-face of the watch. Though technically the watch doesn’t have a fully round face due to the “flat tire” design.
The default packaging is simple and no frills. The unboxing feeling is similar to that of the unboxing of Apple Watch Sport. It doesn’t give you the wow or premium feeling.
Besides the usual warranty and instructions booklets, there is also the Micro-USB charger that outputs 550mAh and a charging dock.
I am hoping Lenovo will bring in accessories to the watch soon, especially the charger. It is very difficult to get a spare charger for the Moto 360 (Second Generation) in Singapore as I know some people will have two chargers, one in the office and one at home.
Setup – Watch
Despite charging it to a full 100% the night before, the watch needs to be connected to a charger in order to initiate the setting up process.