Motorola has rolled out yet another update for its Android Wear Moto 360. The company announced on their official blog that the new update will be rolled out in phases via OTA and it brings with it a feature that improves battery life and mood lighting apart from fixing bugs. Also Read - Motorola mistakenly outs next generation Moto 360 on Twitter
The new software update makes further iterations to improve the battery life of the smartwatch. For example, when your battery hits 15 percent, the smartwatch will turn off ambient mode automatically. Motorola even made minor tweaks to the interface like now you can temporarily dismiss a notification without leaving the watch face. As mentioned above, they’ve added the mood lighting feature which adjusts the lighting of the smartwatch according to the light of the room while you keep the smartwatch for charging. Also Read - Why is no one interested in making Android Wear smartwatches?
The Moto 360 was launched in India in October. The device is available on Flipkart for Rs 17,999. It sports a 1.5-inch LCD display, TI OMAP 3 processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage, 320mAh battery and runs on Android Wear. Also Read - Next Asus smartwatch to ditch Android Wear in a bid to boost battery life