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Best price for Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen in Philippines is ₱ 35,278.00

You can buy the Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen at the lowest price of ₱ 35,278.00 from Lazada. Alternatively, the Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen is also sold in Malaysia at Lazada with the price of ₱ 22,119.00 and Singapore at Shopee with the price of ₱ 15,728.00 and Thailand at Zilingo with the price of ₱ 26,998.00. Pricing details were last updated at 22 April 2018, 18:19.

Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen Price by Country

Country International Price Price in PHP
Malaysia MYR 1,650.00 PHP 22,119.00
Philippines PHP 35,278.00 PHP 35,278.00
Singapore SGD 398.00 PHP 15,728.00
Thailand THB 16,250 PHP 26,998.00

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Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen Specs

Display Size 1.84"
Display Resolution 360 x 325pixels
Always-on Display
Display Type LCD
Pixel Density 263ppi
Operating System
iOS Compatibility
Android Compatibility
Operation System Android Wear
Windows Phone Compatibility
Housing Material Stainless Steel
Housing Colour Black
Dimensions (W x H x D) 40.6 x 12.7 x 20.3mm
Weight 408.2g
Housing Shape Round
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Leather
Removable Strap
Memory Card Slot
Internal Storage 4GB
Release Year 2015
Heart Rate
Sleep Tracker
Music Player
Water Resistant
Built-in Microphone
SIM Card Slot
Battery Capacity 300mAh
Battery Life 36h
Processor Snapdragon
Processor Speed 1.2GHz
Processor Core Quad Core
Built-in Camera

Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2017-08-07
Motorola has a new Moto 360, and it's not a smartwatch. This time, it's a Moto Mod that records 360-degree video at 4K resolution using two 12-megapixel cameras and captures 3D audio thanks to its four built-in microphones. The “Moto 360 camera” is, if no...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-03
Captures 4K 360-degree video, Stitches video in real-time, Also supports 360-degree and panoramic still images, Promises live streaming supportVisible stitch lines and exposure differences between two lenses, Purple fringing visible toward edges of lens coverage, Design makes tripod use difficult, Pricey
If you're thinking about buying the Motorola Moto 360 Camera ($299.99), we're going to make a couple of assumptions. One, you own, or are buying, a smartphone with Moto Mod support, which is required to use the device, and two, you really, really want a 3...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-11
Beautiful design, Comfortable to wear, Moto Maker customizations, The nightstand charger, Different size options,Black bar below the display, Inconsistent performance, Poor to average battery life, Android Wear is still a work in progress
The first Moto 360 smartwatch was a welcome change from the barrage of ugly looking smartwatches. In a world where smartwatches were looked as tiny ugly computers strapped to our hands, the Moto 360 was much appreciated, thanks to its traditional watch li...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-10
Most importantly, the Moto 360 is no longer a one-size-fits-all watch. There are now two screen sizes, 46mm and 42mm. The larger 46mm watch is described as ‘Designed for men’ and uses a 22mm band. However, I think most will be happier with the smaller 42m...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-26
The second generation of the Moto 360 smart watch is out now and it could be the best Android wearable out there. Allow me to list off some of my first impressions after putting it to the test for past 2 days.Specs4gb of storage 512mb Ram 1.5-2 day ba...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-18
I have so many good words to say about the second-generation smartwatch from Motorola. So hang in there as we present our Moto 360 Review.Just over a month ago, Motorola through Lenovo Philippines invited us over for an intimate launch of the smartwatch...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-15
Before we even talk review, we need to acknowledge the elephant in the room; the second-generation Moto 360 Android Wear watch was released around this time last year; that's right, this is 2015 hardware, which was only just released in Australia this mon...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-05
Improved strap lugs and button placementFlat tire screen still present, Questionable waterproofing, Australian options are limited
The first Moto 360 was the first round-faced Android Wear watch that seemed to get a nod of approval from most reviewers. The 2 nd generation version isn't a huge departure but some of the foibles are still very present.Firstly, the “flat tyre” face is st...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-27
Back in September 2015, Lenovo-owned company, Motorola, introduced their latest smartwatch, the Moto 360 (2nd-gen). Sporting a metal body with classic timepiece design and running Android Wear, does it have enough to entice old-school watch wearers to fin...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-11
The Motorola Moto 360 2 is Motorola's second smartwatch, and as updates go, there surely cannot have been one as sorely needed as this. The first Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch was, and remains, among the most attractive wearables around, but it suffered fr...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-25
For any smartwatch running on Android Wear, the screen interface and feature set is identical. So Android Wear makers use exterior design and add-on software to differentiate one from one other.Here is what I feel about the 2nd-generation Moto 360 smartwa...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-05
Performance, DesignBattery life
The smartwatch trend continues to boom, and Motorola, fresh from officiating their takeover by Lenovo has decided to bring their latest smartwatch, the Moto 360 v2 here to Malaysia. We take a look at what this device has to offer, and why you might want t...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-01
For a long time, the Moto 360 was the one smartwatch that we could really get behind and recommend to readers. In our eyes, it was the first well-built, robust and genuinely stylish piece of Android wrist wear that we had come across, but it still had its...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-28
Motorola, one of Android Wear's head advocates, is back again with an updated Moto 360. Feedback from critics and consumers led Motorola to slightly alter its smartwatch for the better. But, while the Moto 360 (2015) is better than its predecessor, this s...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-21
Pretty watch, respectable battery life, includes wireless charging dock, decently pricedHas a flat tyre look, Android Wear still a little buggy
The Moto 360 was the poster child for Android Wear when Google first launched the operating system for wearable devices. One of the reasons why the device was getting so much attention was because the Moto 360 had a round face, a first for an Android Wear...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-15
Stylish, nice design, Interchangeable bands, Lost of great watch faces to suit different occasion, Easy wireless charging, Water resistant, Motorola Moto 360 2nd GenAlways-On eats battery life too much, Not using an OLED screen, Screen not 100% round, thanks to the Ambient Light sensor
Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen Review – The original Moto 360 shook the world with its first round and beautiful smartwatch back in the early days of Android Wear . Motorola then announced the availability of the 2nd generation months later.The Moto 360 2nd Ge...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-03
The original Moto 360 was met with a lot of hype, and quite rightly so as it was the device that kicked off the Android Wear trend. While the first iteration was met with a lot of praise, finding a lot of things to love about it and a few faults as well...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-24
The second iteration of the Moto 360 smartwatch – released 15 months after the first generation – scores points over its predecessor in nearly all categories, not least of which is that it's available in two different sizes (42 mm and 46 mm) and one (42 m...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-08
Light and strong built, Voice command works well, Classic design, wireless charging, Gestures and wide App supportPricey, No innovation on battery/efficiency
The Wearable segment is going through a confusing phase in the history of technology. Bands, Smartwatches or other types of fitness trackers all have their use and none can supplement the other fully. There is crunch on battery for some, lack of enough fe...
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