Over the past week I have been adorning my wrists with both the Huawei Watch and Moto 360 2nd generation. Both are excellent Android Wear devices that Android and iPhone customers should consider and I still can't tell which one I like more.
Both of these new smartwatches run the same version of Android Wear so you will find they both offer a similar experience. The real difference in the two is the hardware and even that is not much different.
Here's a breakdown of key differences:
|Moto 360 42mm||Moto 360 46mm||Huawei Watch|
|Price||$299.99 to $449.99||$349.99 to $449.99||$349.99 to $449.99|
|Display resolution||360x325, 263 ppi||360x330, 223 ppi||400x400, 286 ppi|
|Thickness||11.4 mm||11.4 mm||11.3 mm|
|Watch face material||Gorilla Glass 3||Gorilla Glass 3||Sapphire Crystal|
|Battery capacity||300 mAh||400 mAh||300 mAh|
As you can see these watches are very similar in specifications, price, and looks. The sapphire crystal display and higher resolution of the Huawei Watch is appealing, but the customization of Moto Maker, awesome leather band, and standard Qi wireless charging of the Moto 360 appeal to me.
You can't go wrong with either one and I'm going to have to spend more time with both before making a purchase decision.