Watch TNT dish?
The Watch Tnt has some great looking features.
The watch looks pretty good in general, with a metal band around the bezel and a few extra buttons on the side of the watch face, but that’s about it.
The face has a dark green screen, which doesn’t really make much sense for a watch face with that dark green color scheme.
On the back of the Watch Tt, there’s a small hole for a SIM card.
The battery is a 3000mAh battery that’s not bad for a smartphone.
It’s not a big upgrade from the 3000mAh that you’ll find on the Moto 360 or the 3000mah battery in the LG G Watch R. The only thing that really bothered me about the watch was the rubber band that hangs off the side.
It didn’t really seem like the watch would last very long.
That could just be because I have a bigger wrist and it’s difficult to get the watch to sit flat on my wrist.
Overall, the Watch, Tnt, and the new Moto 360 are good watches, but the watch that’s the best out of all three watches is the Moto Tnt.
Pros: Looks good.
Easy to carry around.
A lot of buttons.
Lots of screen space.
Cons: The rubber band doesn’t last very well.
It can break easily.
The screen is not as bright as the Moto X Style.
Consistency and longevity of battery is not great.
Bottom Line: If you like a smartwatch, you need a Moto Tunt.
The Moto Tt is very well made and looks very good, but I’m not a fan of the rubber bands and the lack of a SIM slot.