What’s a smartwatch? Smart watch is a sophisticated device that is worn on the wrist and in it there is a micro processor which is connected in wireless with Smartphones, tablets or laptops. The emergence of the smartwatch clock aka smart make your wrist looks sexier in the eyes of the public. Smartwatches change the parts of the body that often escapes the attention of so much worth noting. Inevitably the smart watch to become new areas of competition a number of world class gadget vendor, after previously competing hard in a smartphone. As an example of the rivalry Fitbit Blaze vs Moto 360 which will then be made a review on the page below.
Fitbit Blaze has a sleek design and equipped with straps full styles that can be substituted, such as some existing smartwatch in the market today. In addition, the Blaze also has a few features commonly found on a smartwatch, such as the ability to answer and hang up the phone, synchronize calendar, and play music. You also cannot use Blaze as a method of payment. The main function of the Blaze is to record Your exercise time and automatically synchronize the data with the smartphone. It will monitor your heart rate, steps and also your activity. One features a proud by Fitbit from Blaze is the durability of the battery, which can last for 5 days.
Blaze also has some other interesting features. For example, it has a screen that can be removed from the iron frame mounted at the rope. Fitbit provides two display options, namely stainless steel and gold. At the same time, the Fitbit stresses, the screen is attached to the frame with strong enough, so he will not be detached accidentally. Unlike the Surge, Blaze doesn’t have GPS. Fitbit explains, the reason they didn’t add the GPS feature was to make the Blaze became slimmer. In terms of appearance, the Blaze has octagonal clock face that may not look attractive as artificial smartwatch other companies. Blaze is available in the colors black, blue and purple with prices starting from USD200. The rope that looks more attractive have higher prices.
Take a look: Fitbit Blaze Vs Apple Watch 2.
In terms of the size of the diameter, Motorola currently provides two options, namely 46 mm (the same size as the first generation 360 with Motto) and 42 mm. Size of new 42 mm smaller is probably made by Motorola since many users complained about the diameter of its first generation of smart watches too large. Moto 360 2nd Gen size 46 mm brings the screen with resolution of 360 x 360 pixels, and the density of 233 ppi. This resolution is slightly improved from the first generation of 320 x 290 pixels 233 ppi. This means that the user will see a sharper details, both for the text or icon that is displayed. The surface of the screen also comes with a layer of glass scratch Gorilla Glass 3.
Overall, the design appears interesting 360 with Motto forms the typical bowler with a minimalist button on the right side. By Motorola, Moto 360 is equipped with a processor Snapdragon 400, 512 MB RAM, 300 mAh battery (for version 42mm) or 400 mAh (46 mm), and 4 GB of storage media. System operations is Android Google hosts Wear. Battery embedded claimed by Motorola is able to last for 2 days. But in the experience of KompasTekno, Moto 360 only lasted 1.5 days with normal use, with the occasional turn on Bluetooth to connect with a cell phone. Moto 360 2nd Gen is also equipped with features health with sensor pulse (heart rate sensor) located on the back side of body.
|Name||Fitbit Blaze||Moto 360|
|Key Features||- See simplified heart rate zones for quickly checking exercise intensity during workouts with PurePulse
- Use multi-sport tracking to track runs, cardio, cross-training, biking and more
- Enable connected GPS to map your routes and see run stats like pace and duration on display||- Displays Notifications, Cards, and More, LCD Touchscreen with Gorilla Glass 3
- Button-Free Voice Control, Turn-by-Turn Navigation
- Heart Rate & Activity Monitoring, GPS, Customizable Watch Faces|
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When it comes to being a sports wearable especially Fitbit Blaze vs Moto 360, our verdict will be that the Moto 360 Sports has not got much to offer because, it is not waterproof and the applications that come pre-installed also provide limited functionality. Differently, the Fitbit Blaze is not exactly a smartwatch and only in terms of being a sports wearable which definitely has an edge over the Moto 360 Sport. Moreover, the absence of a GPS may be an issue for some of the potential users.