Moto 360 features sensor that other Android Wear watches don’t

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You know, smartwatches these days are so advance, reverts back just a few years, what’s on your watch could be your dumb phone, or even better. The spec sheet is full with sensors, like accelerometer, magnetic field sensor, etc…, some of which you don’t even need. Well, Motorola is coming out again, teasing its newest smartwatches, and will dive in the sensor pool and will allegedly outdo what we currently have on current Android Wear hardware.

So, supposedly, the first round Android Wear will be have the ambient light sensor. What is that? If you don’t know, I don’t blame you. So, for your smartphone’s brightness of the display, if you put on auto, phones that have this sensor will measure the brightness of its surrounding and then adjust the brightness accordingly to the environment of the light. This sensor was nowhere to be found on LG or Samsung’s.

What Motorola will do is, using this sensor, its watch can intelligently adjust the display brightness to compensate. This is quite impressive considering that this will be bundled in a watch.

So, who here is going to buy this watch?

Source: TechCrunch

Via: Pocketnow

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