Hands-On With The Motorola Moto 360 Sport

Motorola today, unveiled their brand new Android Wear watch, the 2nd Gen Moto 360 which comes in varied sizes and models, one of which is the all new Moto 360 Sport. Motorola's goal with the Sport is to capture the attention of sport enthusiasts and those with an active lifestyle, and although the regular models as well as last year's model had plenty that active people could use, the new Moto 360 Sport kicks things up a notch by offering consumers a more sports oriented look and feel with the silicone band and case surrounding the watch face. It's got built-in GPS for tracking routes on runs or rides, and Motorola states it works great when paired with their Moto Body app and experience which is also baked in.

The outside of the watch is coated with a special UV coating that Motorola implemented so sweat and moisture would be wicked away during intense workouts leaving consumers free to focus on their exercise and not whether that moisture is going to damage the watch. It's also equipped with Motorola's new AnyLight display that can adapt to the varied levels of natural light indoors and out to make reading the display as simple as possible for the current setting. With this sports-oriented focus it's still an Android Wear watch, which means you'll be able to get all the same apps any other watch could. These aren't quite available for pre-order yet and there is still no details on availability or pricing, but you can check out the gallery of images below to see what it looks like.

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