However, in general, while you’re navigating around the watch, you might notice a lag sometimes. For example, when you are executing voice searches, you might face a slow level of processing. However, the Motorola Moto 360 features dual microphones in order to make sure it understands voice commands easily.
Some of the intuitive command options include ‘Show me my heart rate’ and ‘Google Now’. Keep in mind that the Motorola Moto 360 needs around two hours of charging for it to be able to last a full day of usage. It also includes a Qi charging dock feature which can instantly transform the watch into a small bedside clock. The Moto 360 is very reasonably priced at $250 and it is cheaper than the entry level Apple Watch by around 100 dollars.
Meanwhile, the LG Watch Urbane is a metallic watch with options to change straps with generic versions. It comes with a shiny metallic build with classy look and feel. It can monitor heart rate like the Apple Watch along with gyroscope, accelerometer and a barometer present inside. However, it doesn’t include a GPS feature as LG thinks it will reduce battery life.
Stay tuned for more updates on Motorola Moto 360!