Moto 360 smartwatch to be the first Android Wear smartwatch to sport an ambient light sensor

Moto 360 smartwatch to be the first Android Wear smartwatch to sport an ambient light sensor

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Despite the fact that LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live are already available, many of you are still waiting for that beautiful third Android Wear device. Moto 360 is supposed to launch this summer and according to the latest information it’s about to sport something we didn’t expect or at least didn’t know about…. Read more »

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7 Comments

  1. technohead95
    July 26, 17:22 Reply

    The picture is not of a real 360 because the bottom of the screen shows pixels. The real one has a black area that is used for the display drivers.

    • sonatona10
      July 26, 19:25 Reply

      Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the>>CLICK NEXT TAB FOR MORE INFO AND HELP

    • Marsg
      July 27, 05:18 Reply

      Actually it also houses the photo sensor for the “ambient lighting” or auto brightness as we know it.

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