The Moto 360 Sport is a sportier, GPS-equipped version of the standard Moto 360 smartwatch, with round face, touchscreen display, wireless charging capabilities, and the promise of all-day notifications from your smartphone.
It is adorned with a black, white, or orange silicone band that is sweat-proof and water-resistant. This silicone extends to the case of the watch, where it meets a metal bezel (the ring around the watch). The upside of this rubbery material is that it feels soft and comfortable on the wrist, even enough to sleep in.
The idea behind the sport watch is that it can offer an “untethered” workout experience, and is something that a user could wear from the workout to work and it would still look okay. Unfortunately, as a sports watch, the Moto 360 Sport falls short. Right now you can only use the watch to track running, and that is it. And the software experience is somewhat hamstrung by Android Wear, Google’s operating system for wearable devices.
Outdoor readable display.
Currently only tracks running.
Android Wear is still a work in progress.
Requires daily charging.