Android Circuitis here to remind you of a few of the very many things that have happened around Androidover the last seven days. Moto 360 WatchHasGood Battery Life, ButTheCircular Display Is Still Missing ASlice Italianblogger Luca Viscardi has managed to get a hold of one of the most sought-after Android Wear items the Moto 360 smartwatch. Putting it through its paces,he notes that the battery life is around two and a half days, the watch uses Qi wireless charging, the displayworks well in strong sunlight, andthe black bar at the bottom of the circular display is on show. Trimming offa slice of thescreen may ben ended for the electronics of the watch, but will destroying the perfect circular create too much of an unbalanced effect? To coin a phrase, time will tell. The Moto 360 is expected to be on sale to consumers later this year.
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RUMOR: HTC's 64-bit A11 is entry level
Sony's Xperia Play. Source: Sony.
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It would be a fair question too considering the debate still rages as to whether current flagships and the device that started it all, the iPhone 5s, can take full advantage of 64-bit processing yet. If there is a question mark over those blockbuster device, you can pretty much guarantee that the HTC Desire A11 will not get the most from the chipset.
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