Everything about the IP67-rated Moto 360 Sport has been designed to withstand physical activity and thrive in outdoor conditions. It’s built primarily from a durable strong silicone which doesn’t absorb sweat, and resists fading and staining. It also has side vents built in to help your wrist stay cool. Motorola’s 1.37-inch LCD-based round AnyLight display is designed to be visible in whatever lighting conditions, whether you’re indoors or outdoors, and boasts a pixel density of 263ppi with a resolution of 360 x 325. Like all Moto 360 watches, the 45mm case is round and has a built in heart-rate monitor.
Moto 360 Sport Stories August 19, 2017
Considering how much of an odd place Android Wear is in at the moment, there’s a fair chance you don’t use Google’s wearable OS any longer. And, if you do, it’s even less likely that your watch of choice is the flop that was the Moto 360 Sport. However, if you are still holding out with Motorola’s failed attempt at a fitness-centric wearable, you’ll be pleased to know that the watch will soon be receiving an update to Android Wear 2.0…
Moto 360 Sport Stories June 6, 2016
Deal: You can get a Moto 360 Sport for just $161.32 on Amazon right now
The Moto 360 Sport, which we said earlier this year is the best Android Wear fitness solution so far, has today popped up on Amazon for a new low price of $161.32 shipped. That may not be as great of a deal as the crazy bundle that Motorola offered last week (which combined the Moto X Pure and the 360 Sport for just $400), but it’s the best deal we’ve seen yet for the watch by itself. $161.32 is about $40 less than the current going price of $200 and $140 less than its original retail price of $300…
Update 6/8: More watches are now receiving Android Wear 1.5, including the second generation Moto 360 and Moto 360 Sport. Release notes on Motorola’s website point to security and stability improvements, as well as enhancements for Moto Body.
Android Wear 2.0 will introduce a bevy of new features for users and developers when it is released in Q4 of 2016. Before that major update, however, it appears that a more incremental version of Wear is rolling out. Several Samsung Gear Live users have already received Android Wear 1.5 and are only seeing minor changes.
Moto 360 Sport Stories February 25, 2016
Compared to the dozens of other Android Wear watches we’ve seen over the last couple of years, the Moto 360 Sport is both different and the same. It’s different because, unlike the more popular classy offerings in the form of the Huawei Watch, the Fossil Q, the Moto 360 (2nd gen.), and others, the Moto 360 was made from the ground up with an active lifestyle in mind. It’s the same, however, in pretty much every other way imaginable… expand full story
Moto 360 Sport Stories January 14, 2016
PSA: Moto 360 Sport now available from the Google Store
When Motorola announced its new, second generation versions of the Moto 360 smartwatch, it also teased a more fitness-centric model called the Moto 360 Sport. While the regular 360 launched in time for holiday seasons shopping, the Sport didn’t land until significantly later. In fact, it only landed in the US — at Motorola and Verizon’s stores — last week.
For those who like to shop on Google’s own online store, you’ll be glad to know the Sport is now available to buy at Store.Google.com and costs $299.
For those who’ve been looking for an Android Wear device optimized for exercising, the Moto 360 Sport looks to be a great option. It comes with a durable, thick silicone strap and with a screen that adapts to surrounding brightness. It’s IP67 water and dust resistant and has a built in heart-rate monitor.
- 1.37-inch 360 x 325 resolution AnyLight Hybrid Display
- 45mm diameter case
- 300mAh battery
- Wireless charging (dock included)
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor
- 4GB storage
- 512MB RAM
- Bluetooth 4.0 LE
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
- Barometric Altimeter for measuring altitude
- Heart rate monitor
Moto 360 Sport Stories January 7, 2016
Moto 360 Sport now available for purchase in the US