The Moto 360 has a lot of great features, but there’s one feature it has not got right: the ability to wear it on your wrist.
But that’s about to change.
The Moto 360 is coming to Google’s new Android Wear watch, the Android Wear 2.0 Edition.
It’s the first Android Wear device to include an ambient light sensor that detects whether you’re wearing the watch on your skin or your wrist, allowing the device to turn off when you’re not wearing it.
Google says it will ship the Moto 360 with the ambient light detector, which will allow the watch to wake up when you wear it, as well as the ability for it to be worn on your chest, which is something the Moto X already has.
While Google says the Moto 3 and Moto 360 will also be compatible, it’s unclear if other Wear watches will be compatible.
We’ll have to wait and see how that pans out.
Google has already promised that Android Wear watches are coming to a number of Android phones, including the Nexus 5, which has been out for a couple of weeks, and the Huawei Watch, which Google teased at CES last year.
The Moto360 will also launch on the Huawei Mate 10, which launched earlier this month.