Published on : Mar 23, 2015
Just after Apple released its Apple Watch, Google is giving the finishing touches to Android Wear and Motorola is working on styling its Moto 360. A report published by 9To5Google showed that Yang Yuanqing, CEO of Lenovo put up pictures of its yet to be released Moto 360 on Weibo, only to pull them off later.
This accidental lead came with a quote that said Moto 360 has been designed to match the era of freedom. The quote further stated that in the coming future the company wants to increase the store features a watch shop.
The recent leak of pictures presented a completely different look and style of Moto 360, which has led to speculations about a whole new watch in the making. These images are totally different than the existing version of the wearable watch. There are speculations that this might be the customized version of the existing smartwatch. But match watchers are presently supporting the theory of a completely new watch in the making.
Presently, Flipkart is selling the original Motorola Moto 360 in India. It has a circular display with backlighting. The diameter of this one is 1.56 inches and the watch has a 320 x 290 resolution that operates on a 205ppi pixel density. To make this watch safe from scratches it has a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and runs on TI OMAP 3 processor along with a 512MB RAM. In addition to these perks in a watch, it has a 4GB of internal memory that can be used for storing music and pictures. To track activities, it comes with a pedometer and an optical heart rate monitor (PPG).