Moto 360 to be the first Android Wear device with an ambient light sensor
posted by Michael H. / Jul 24, 2014, 6:52 PM
TechCrunch's Darrell Etherington that there will also be an ambient light sensor in that black bar (1:55 in the video below).It has been known since Google I/O that the black bar below the Moto 360 display contains the display drivers for the device, but apparently, Motorola actually outed a bit more info than that when it was showing off the device at Google I/O last month. Motorola's Cathay Bi actually told
This is actually pretty interesting news, because no other Android Wear device has an ambient light sensor. This will allow the Moto 360 to automatically adjust the brightness of the display, depending on if you're inside or out. Given the usage of a smartwatch, it is a bit odd that the Moto 360 is the only device to have the sensor, but it obviously won't be the last.
source: Android Police
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Moto 360 already awesome, Moto Rocks...!
posted on Jul 24, 2014, 7:16 PM 9
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it's gonna cost around $350 to $500 is it a good idea to buy it?... I guess but personally Why would you I mean my Gshock Casio watch was $80 and it's lasted me two years already with the same battery, you would have to recharge the moto 360 every 48 hours if the battery even lasts that long. I don't know I just find smart watches a nice idea but not a practicle one considering that if and when it breaks for whatever reason how much would it cost to fix, the recalls of the product the resell of it once time has passed. in my opinion it's not worth it.
posted on Jul 25, 2014, 12:14 PM 0
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