One of the three launch devices for Android Wear (now Wear OS) back in 2014, Motorola's Moto 360 was and still is an iconic smartwatch. But after two generations, the Lenovo-owned company announced that it wouldn't be making smartwatches anymore, a disappointing revelation for those that loved the product.
But last month, a company called eBuyNow announced a new Moto 360, licensing the brand from Motorola and revitalizing the legendary smartwatch. Things have changed though. It still includes a stunningly beautiful design, packing a stainless steel frame that comes in Steel Grey, Rose Gold, and Phantom Black. It does have larger bezels though, and that also means no "flat tire" on the bottom of the round screen.
It's powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset, along with 1GB RAM, which should make for a pretty solid experience, especially when compared to some other Wear OS watches that have 512MB RAM. It also has a 1.2-inch AMOLED display, along with a 355mAh battery. It weighs in at 52g without the strap, which is pretty average, but it's just 11.68mm thick.
Check out the unboxing video below: