Motorola explains the discrepancy with the Moto 360 battery

Motorola explains the discrepancy with the Moto 360 battery
Earlier this morning, we told you about the controversy surrounding the battery employed in the Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch. A teardown of the timepiece conducted by iFixit, revealed a 300mAh battery inside. Motorola has been promoting the wearable as containing a 320mAh battery. Obviously, there have been a number of Moto 360 buyers upset about not getting the exact battery capacity that they were told they paid for.

Motorola responded by saying that the range of the capacity on the Moto 360 battery is 300mAh to 320mAh. On the batteries for its handsets like the Motorola Moto E, Motorola Moto G and the Motorola Moto X, the entire capacity range of each cell is printed on the body of the battery. But for a smaller device like the Moto 360, Motorola had limited space and decided to print the minimum capacity figure. Motorola says that it is exploring ways to print the entire range on its watch batteries in the future.


Moto 360 owners, is this explanation enough to allow you to move on with your life, or do you still feel uneasy about the discrepancy?

source: AndroidAuthority

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