These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
Background and Identification
The Moto 360 is Motorola's first smartwatch powered by Google's Android Wear operating system. Featuring an innovative round display, the Moto 360 packs a 1.56" 320 x 290 resolution LCD touchscreen, 1 GHz processor, 512 MB of RAM, and 4 GB of internal storage. The Moto 360 also sports inductive charging with an included dock, and an optical heart rate sensor. Users must rely on touch and voice interaction with the Moto 360 because it only has a single physical button, a power button cleverly disguised as a classic watch dial. The Moto 360 features a distinctive black bar at the bottom of the display, which hides an ambient light sensor.
Release date: September 5, 2014
Operating System: Android Wear 4.4.W.1
Display: 1.56” 320 x 290 (205 PPI) backlit LCD touchscreen
CPU: 1 GHz single-core Texas Instruments OMAP3630
GPU: PowerVR SGX530
RAM: 512 MB
Storage: 4 GB flash memory
Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy
- Optical heart rate monitor (PPG)
- Ambient light sensor
Dimensions: 1.81” diameter x .45” thick (46 mm diameter x 11.5 mm thick)
Weight: 1.73 ounces (49 g) with leather band
Battery: 320 mAh capacity
Resistance rating: IP67 dust/water-resistance certification
For a number of basic troubleshooting issues you may have with your Moto 360 smartwatch, consult the Motorola Moto 360 Troubleshooting page.