The Moto 360 Sport is an affordable fitness tracker for most activities, since this gadget appears to be a more b and resilient alternative to its conventional edition. The smart watch has the IP67 ranking similarly to the original smart watch, so it is not intended to take extended submersion and shocks from high-pressure draining pipes.
Basically, this device can be taken to the fitness gym, but not to the shower since it can suffer serious damages. Fitness trackers are up to their best at any time and Moto’s opponents already know how important is to have a smart watch that can resist to challenging circumstances.
No feature found in the original 360’s personalization menu is available to its users and all they could do is choose whether they want an orange, black or white silicone strip. These elements go around the watch’s frame almost completely, leaving slots for only a mic and a distinctive plastic key placed at 2 o’clock for turning on the display.
The original 360 had almost endless personalization options, but it is no wonder that this is not the case with the Sport too. The smart watch has a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 400 processor, complemented by 512 MB of RAM and 3 GB of internal storage.
That is almost an identical system to the regular Moto 360. However, the Sport version has a crucial difference, since it is one of just two smart watches running on Adroid wear having incorporated GPS. This option, while it is helpful for mapping the running tracks, it drains the watch’s power extremely fast.
Its 300-mAh battery energy works quite good if the wearable is used mainly for reading the notifications coming from social media websites or e-mail. Usually, the device works for up to 22 hours with just one charge in these situations.
Furthermore, the watch appears to use its Snapdragon chipset a lot better in comparison to similar gadgets and it has been extremely quick during regular usage. People will still experience the casual lag when using many applications at once, but in the majority of instances, the Moto 360 Sport was quite rapid indeed.
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