The Moto 360 (2nd Gen) is a smart­watch that har­mo­niously com­bines beauty with func­tion­al­ity.

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Dis­play 1.37-inch back­lit LCD w/ Go­rilla Glass 3 // Dis­play Res­o­lu­tion 360 x 325 pix­els // In­put Phys­i­cal but­ton, touch­screen // Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Blue­tooth 4.0 LE, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g // Bat­tery 300mAh recharge­able Li-ion // War­ranty 1-year // Con­tact ECS As­tar Sdn Bhd // Tele­phone (03) 6286 8222 // URL mo­torola.com The first gen­er­a­tion Moto 360 has of­ten been re­ferred to as one of the best look­ing An­droid Wear smart­watches that money can buy, but was re­gret­tably let down by its own lack­lus­ter hard­ware. Has Mo­torola Mo­bil­ity – now part of Len­ovo – learnt from past mis­takes with the sec­ond gen­er­a­tion Moto 360? By the looks of things, it cer­tainly has.

For starters, the new Moto 360 is now avail­able in two case sizes: 42mm and 46mm. The for­mer fea­tures a 1.37-inch, 360 x 325 cir­cu­lar back­lit LCD dis­play and a 300mAh bat­tery, while the lat­ter nat­u­rally comes with a larger 1.56-inch, 360 x 330 unit and a 400mAh bat­tery. Both vari­ants are pow­ered by a 1.2GHz Qual­comm Snap­dragon 400 (gone is the ar­chaic and slug­gish 1.0GHz Texas In­stru­ments OMAP 3 of its pre­de­ces­sor), 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of in­ter­nal stor­age.

Suf­fice to say, we're plenty pleased with the per­for­mance of the new

The wire­less charger makes charg­ing the Moto 360 a pain­less process.

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