T3 Magazine|July 2020
The Moto 360 was one of the first big smartwatches to debut back in 2014 sporting the Android Wear OS. Infamous for its circular face and the ‘flat tyre’ bottom bezel, there’s a certain amount of nostalgia for the flawed, yet much-loved wearable.
Even though the third generation of the Moto 360 has been produced under license by eBuyNow, what we’ve ended up with is a pretty typical current-generation Wear OS watch. Its face has a 42.8mm diameter, including bezels, and the casing is 11.68mm deep. It’s a robust, chunky watch, but not to the point where it’s obtrusive or gaudy: it still maintains a classic-looking streamlined watch design. At a glance, you wouldn’t even know it was a smartwatch.
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