Moto 360 Sport debuts in India for ₹19,999 | HT Tech

Moto 360 Sport debuts in India for 19,999

Besides the AnyLight display and inbuilt-GPS, the Sport edition inherits all the internals and features seen on the second generation of Moto 360

By: HT CORRESPONDENT
| Updated on: Apr 27 2016, 14:22 IST
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Besides the AnyLight display and inbuilt-GPS, the Sport edition inherits all the internals and features seen on the second generation of Moto 360

Motorola has launched the Sports edition of Moto 360 smartwatch with built-in GPS, heart rate monitor and even a music player.

This edition of Motorola's Android Wear smartwatch has a sporty look unlike the metal finish of their standard Moto 360. The built-in GPS means you don't have to carry your phone around for tracking the distance covered and calories burnt. You can also store music on it and play via bluetooth during exercise. It also has a heart rate sensor to give more accurate analysis of your workout.

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The Motorola AnyLight feature is a hybrid display that strives to stay legible outdoors and indoors. While indoors, it works like any LCD screen powered by backlight. On stepping out, it uses the sunlight to make the screen easy to read.

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Besides that, the Sport edition inherits all the internals and features previously seen on the second generation of Moto 360.

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First Published Date: 27 Apr, 14:22 IST
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