In a generation of smartwatches, every tech-company is coming up with a series of creative wrist-wears.
As LG and Motorola are active participants in the industry of smart-gadgets, the two companies offer efficient smartwatches. With the LG Watch Urbane and the Moto 360 featuring similar round-shaped watch dial, let’s find out which one fits better in your wrists!
The Watch Urbane has a 1.3-inch OLED screen with multi-touch functionality. With a screen resolution of 320 x 320 pixels, it has a pixel density of 245 PPI. The Motorola device features a slightly larger, 1.56-inch LCD screen with touch input. It has a resolution of 320 x 290 pixels; a pixel density of 205 PPI. Therefore, the Moto 360 offers a larger screen, while the LG Urbane provides a better resolution.
Compatibility and OS
The two smartwatches, LG Watch Urbane and Moto 360, are Android-compatible devices. This means that people owning an Apple device cannot opt for these watches. Though the two watches facilitate Android smartphones, there is a slight difference in their compatibility.
The Moto 360 runs on the Android Wear operation system, whereas the Watch Urbane features Android Wear 5.1.1 which is a newer version of the former. This creates a tactical situation as the Moto 360 runs on the Android 4.3, while its LG counterpart doesn’t. However, both the devices are compatible with smartphones running on the Android 4.3 or higher.
There are many differences in the offerings of the two round-shaped smartwatches. To begin with the presence of remote features; the LG Urbane comes loaded with call conversation, voice control, music control and respond to notifications. In contrast, the Moto 360 only offers Voice control functionality to its users.
When it comes to sensors, the LG device has a big list of offerings. It consists of accelerometer, GPS, compass, multi-touch, pedometer, gyrometer and heart rate monitor. On the contrary, the Motorola wrist-wear has pedometer, touch functionality and heart rate monitor in its sensor list.
Apart from this, notifications about various things are facilitated by both the devices. Precisely, the Moto 360 provides notifications for alarm, mails, incoming call, missed call, text message, weather, timer and calendar reminder, Facebook, Twitter, Google Voice and Hangouts. The LG counterpart also presents notifications for these items, along with specific app notifications, Instagram and smartphone low battery alert.
Winner: LG Watch Urbane
The price tag of the two devices has a $99 difference. While the Moto 360 costs $250, the LG Urbane pinches $349 out of your pockets.