That's funny, though, considering that the Moto 360 is not even available for purchase yet. Yes, the company has made the device official, and details have been creeping out of Motorola's confinement, but we're yet to get a full list of specs, for example. Regardless, it's still true that those of us following the space are excited to see how Motorola's pounce works out, not least because it's on path to be the first to go for a more traditional, circular watch face. As it turns out, if Italian blogger Luca Viscardi, is to be trusted, the 360 is also going to outdo its competitors in another very critical success area: battery life.
wireless charging, and won't have a clunky mechanism that you need to attach to it in order to restore the battery.According to Viscardi, who has access to a prototype of the Moto 360, the battery life of the smartwatch is some two and a half times better than that of the new LG G Watch, which he claims never gets him through more than a day. That's in the ballpark of two days of longevity, made all the more acceptable by the fact that the Moto 360 will come with Qi
If true, and if the Moto 360 also proves to be a problem-free gadget, it seems like Motorola may have a winner on its hand, though, at this point, it's unlikely that a win in smartwatches alone will be enough to improve the company's bottom line. At least in the short term.