Motorola Moto 360 vs. Apple Watch vs. LG Watch Urbane: Battle of the Wearables!

The Motorola Moto 360 is a greatly designed watch and features one of the best Android Wear iterations as of now. Featuring a stunning circular display, it is of no match to the Apple Watch. Take a look at our Apple Watch, Motorola Moto 360 and LG Watch Urbane comparison and figure out for yourself. The Motorola Moto 360 is unusual in the sense that it features an Apple design of approach, build quality along with an awesome circular watch face. The features of this device is comparatively the same as that of the Apple Watch and even cheaper. However, is it time to get rid of your iPhone and go for Android? Well, now right now it seems!

The Apple Watch Sport Edition comes with a highly reasonable price tag of 299 pounds. The cheapest models will be quite popular but prices will soon have an upward scaling trend and there are lots of optional extras. You can spend more and decide to purchase the Apple Watch Edition, having a price tag of around £479. Keep in mind that the most expensive Apple Watch is £13,500.

Meanwhile, Apple has also laid a huge emphasis on the health and fitness features. Using this wearable, users can keep track of their heart rate, daily workouts and it even sends out reminders if the user has been inactive for quite some time. If you pair the device with the activity app on the iPhone, it allows the syncing of fitness data once a connection has been established. While wearing the Apple Watch, the screen is often turned off. As a result, the Watch has the capability to last an entire day of usage.

The Motorola Moto 360, on the other hand, is admired for its great build quality and impressive circular design approach. This is a watch that proves Android Wear can be fashionable and currently it’s being touted as the best Android Wear device available. Other impressive features of this device include a sturdy stainless housing, default genuine leather wristband along with an analog watch face. This greatly sets it apart from the computer-age looks that are offered by smartwatches from Pebble and LG.