Motorola has finally launched the Moto 360 Sport in India, months after its initial launch in September last year. The fitness-focused version of the smartwatch has a few advantages over the regular variant.
For one, the Moto 360 Sport offers GPS tracking which means users can leave their smartphone behind when going for a jog. The feature helps them track the distance they’ve traveled, the pace at which they covered it and the time they took to complete it.
Another useful facet for fitness freaks out there is the addition of a built-in heart rate monitor. Motorola even lets consumers check the amount of time they’ve spent in different heart rate zones. It’s also developed a unique AnyLight Hybrid display to enhance readability in any environment.
The tool automatically adjusts the screen settings of the Moto 360 Sport based on the user’s surroundings. For instance, if a person goes outside it’ll reflect natural light to prevent a washed-out look. It’ll switch to a clearer LCD screen once they move indoors. The device has further been fortified with IP67 certification which ensures that its dust and water resistant.
Here’s a quick summary of the specifications of the Motorola Moto 360 Sport:
– Display: 1.37-inch LCD, 360 x 325 pixels
– OS: Android Wear
– Storage: 4GB
– RAM: 512MB
– CPU: 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400
– GPU: Adreno 305
– Battery: 300mAh
– Weight: 54g
– Sensors: Barometric Altimeter, Accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor, Gyroscope
The Moto 360 Sport is currently selling exclusively in India via Flipkart priced at Rs 19999. Motorola notably issued a $100 limited-period price cut for the wearable in the US just a few days ago. It’s now selling at $199.99 (approx Rs 13300) via its own store and online outlets like Amazon.