From $299.99, motorola.com
Motorola is enjoying something of a resurgence of late, with some decent midrange phones and now one of the best smartwatches out there.
The second generation Android Wear Moto 360 is handsome, perhaps more appealing than it’s predecessor. Last year’s version had some disappointing drawbacks, most notably short battery life and sluggish performance. The Moto with a faster quad-core CPU and new display processor. Motorola offers the Moto 360 2 in three styles, 42mm and 46mm men’s and a 42mm women’s. The case comes in a choice of black, gold or stainless steel leather strap in either black or gray. It has a heart rate monitor, pedometer, ambient light sensor and wireless charging. The battery is rated to last 1.5 days if you’re not a heavy user, and a charging dock is included.
by the hour, this is still one of the best-looking smartwatches you can buy, although it may not be the best suited device for a workout at the gym or on the track.
model, based on the 42mm Moto 360 2. It will have a built-in GPS, an “AnyLight Display” that’s easy to read even in bright sunlight and a sweat-resistant silicone band with side ventilation channels. The Moto 360 Sport could be on retailers’ shelves any day now, but at press time no details have been announced.