Motorola Mobility has started selling the new generation of “smart” clock Moto 360. Along with the base model, available in male and female versions, in “collection,” as it immodestly calls the manufacturer, includes Moto 360 Sport. The smart timepiece, which stands out the presence of GPS module and protection against moisture, went on sale at the price of $299,99.
Watch running Android Wear. The device allows you to receive notifications, respond to messages, to monitor physical activity and to perform many other functions using a variety of applications. Wi-Fi support allows you to save connection even when the smartphone is out of Bluetooth range.
The manufacturer asks for the Moto 360 Sport as much as the most affordable model new Moto 360. Interestingly, during the announcement of Motorola talked about good visibility image of the screen in the bright sun. As it turned out, it’s not only high brightness and anti-glare properties.
The technology is called Motorola AnyLight. It is argued that the world’s first hybrid display that adapts to the level of natural lighting. Normally works a regular LCD screen while in bright light the solar panel additionally reflects light for improved visibility of the image. Judging by the description, it is about the transreflective screen.
The screen, incidentally, is characterized by a diagonal of 1.37 inches and a resolution of 360 x 325 pixels. It protects the glass Gorilla glass 3. In watch uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 with Quad-core processor with a clock frequency of 1.2 GHz and Adreno 305 GPU running at 450 MHz. The amount of RAM is 512 MB, flash memory — 4 GB. The watch weighs 54 g.
The features of the Moto 360 Sport in addition to the GPS receiver includes sensor heart rate and support wireless charging. The device is protected from moisture, and its silicone body, combined with elastic strap, coated, UV resistant so will not fade in the sun.