Moto 360 UK release doubts good for LG G Watch

LG has been teasing new G Watch details and even though it doesn’t look as classic as the Moto 360, it’s hard to see how Motorola will have the same worldwide success with its smartwatch as LG. It seems a silly thing to say seeing as though the 360 looks to be a better design, but there are other factors to consider.

Moto 360 UK release doubts — We have no release date for the Moto 360 as yet, but there is a belief that its UK release will be delayed and so will force consumers to go for a rival smartwatch, and the LG G Watch does look to be the next best alternative.

Several Product-reviews readers believe the G Watch to be ugly in design, one of the worst out of all the smartwatches, but that’s just a personal opinion. Some people want round because it better represents the classic watch design, whereas the rectangle design should be far more practice.

Trying to read texts on the Moto 360 could be a little tough because its lines will be shorter than the rectangular design of the G Watch, although that is just speculation. If this is the case, then you will have to do more scrolling on Motorola’s smartwatch.

Personally, I still prefer the look of the 360, but lets just wait and see how these watches look and perform once released, although its rumored delayed UK release could affect is success.

Speaking of the new details being released by LG for the G Watch, there are to be two color options, “stealth black” or “champagne gold,” as well as the device being waterproof and dustproof.

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