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Moto 360 Successor ‘Smelt’ To Sport WiFi And To Offer More Pixels

by onApril 11, 2015

Motorola was the first tech vendor that has come with a ‘proper wearable’ in the form of Moto 360. It was launched in the spring of the last year and has acquired positive reviews from the reputed tech journalists. We all know about this Moto 360 Smartwatch since its launch, and now its successor which is codenamed as “Smelt” is coming in front of us very soon.

The Moto 360 successor “Smelt” will have the Wi-Fi connectivity and a higher resolution screen. It will offer more pixels in its new generation of smartwatch. The specialist website is relaying leaks on the Google Play Developers console and also on social network weibo on an upcoming Android wear device “Smelt.”

The Moto 360 that was introduced in 2014, and become as a turning point in the evolution of this smartwatch market. It comes with the most elegant design and it is much different from all previous models. It has a new look with its steel case and leather strap. Thanks for its steel case and leather strap by all wristwatch lovers. Now, we are waiting for the new generation of smartwatch such as the Moto 360 successor.

It is said that the Moto 360 successor smartwatch sports a screen with 360×360 pixels, when compared to the Moto 360’s 320×290 pixels, it is quite good.

The Moto 360 successor smartwatch is reportedly comes with Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth connectivity, and it will be available with a wider selection of materials for both the case and the strap.

The Moto 360 has a extensive customization options that are available through the Moto maker online interface. It let the users to choose their case color, size, strap and screen wallpaper. Motorola probably needs to get its game on in the smartwatch market if it wants to take a lead again. The next generation Moto 360 successor smartwatch is expected to launch before the end of this year.

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