It hasn't been long since Motorola first introduced its brand new Moto 360 smartwatch for the masses. And already it ranks among the latest releases in that category in the industry. However, it seems like the new smartwatch has received some updated love from its maker.
According to the reports, the circular display smartwatch from Motorola is now receiving a minor software update thats meant to enhance connection and the device's overall performance. The update brings the firmware to version KGW42R.
The new update retains the software version of the older firmware, 4.4W.1, although it does bump up the Android Wear's number up to 18.104.22.1688224, whereas previously it was 22.214.171.1247258. The build number also moves up to KGW42R (previously KGW42N).
"So far, those who have installed the update are reporting better performance - most notably, more fluid and responsive Google Now cards - but no major changes to behavior or UI. Basically, it sounds like a bug-squashing and optimization release," a Droid Life report states.
Motorola has also released a changelog for all the changes with the new update. Here's a look at all of them:
Bluetooth connectivity - Improved Bluetooth connectivity between the watch and phone to reduce momentary disconnects experienced by some users.
Charging notification - Added a message to confirm that Moto 360 is charging in cases when its battery is fully depleted.
Bug fixes - implemented bug fixes and other system optimizations.
Motorola has also confirmed that the new update is rolling out to users in phases and will happen over the next few days. If you wish to update your gear, you will have to select ‘Download' option followed by ‘Install Now' when it will receive the update.