Yes it’s here Google entered the smartwatch world by releasing the AndroidWear, they finally want to be in the world of the next big thing, and it’s here, the developers can now create apps for wearables specifically for smartwatch, the AndroidWear will be available soon for download.
Along with the AndroidWear is the Moto360 beautifully crafted smartwatch, it’s sexy its cool although it is based on a classic rounded design, Google made it beautiful. But the question is if the Moto360 has a perfect blend of looks when it comes to physical appearance what about its software? What are its features? Well let’s see:
Its 360 – yes you can wear it in any way, the interface will rotate 360 when you wear it the other way meaning there is no left and right for the Moto 360.
It is a hands-free Google Now, yes this voice technology is now right in your smartwatch, even some are saying that the Moto360 is like a Google Now in a watch.
The watch is using inductive technology to charged – no cables no removable battery just plain inductive technology inside the watch to charge, its wireless technology a good idea to save more space.
It has health feature apps, yes just like other smartwatches in the market including Gear 2 there are also apps that intended for health.
Water Resistant Watch – yes its compact, beautifully designed and water proof and dust proof.
Using Sapphire glass- to protect it from scratches, Motorola decided to used this glass for better protection avoiding scratches from daily wear and tear.
Improve Notifications – with the AndroidWear OS in its hood the new smartwatch powered by Google is now smarter even are saying that this will push the smartwatch section to the peak of technology.
Well so far these are just of the technology unveiled for the Moto360 and AndroidWear O.S in particular, Google will not release a clear statement and documents with regards to its O.S as well as hardware specs of Moto360, all we can do is wait and see until the Moto360 is out in the market before we can really say that it’s the ‘One’.