Build quality wise, both watches have a considerable size but comprise of a single size variant. In comparison to the 1.56 inch screen in the Moto 360, the Huawei Watch is slightly smaller at 1.4 inches. However, the latter is 11.3mm thick, which makes it a bit chunky. The Huawei Watch has a 400×400 pixels resolution screen with a 286ppi pixel density. Compared to that, the Moto 360 has a 320×290 pixels resolution with a lower 203ppi pixel density.
In terms of hardware, both the watches have the same standard approach. Both devices have a 4GB internal storage and 512MB of RAM. The Huawei Watch features Bluetooth 4.1 compared to 4.0 on the Moto 360.
However, these watches differ completely when it comes to the processor chips. The Huawei Watch has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor compared to the Texas Instruments OMAP 3 chip in the 360. Both devices also include an accelerometer, barometer, and a heart rate monitor. The Huawei Watch has a 300mAh battery compared to the slightly powerful 320mAh in the Moto 360.
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