Concurrent Bluetooth capabilty
I had a question about the bluetooth feature. So the watch connects to the phone via bluetooth - that I get and I assume I leave my bluetooth on and connected all the time (4.0 shouldn't drain the battery) but what happens when I get in my car and want to use the car speakers for audio? Would I have to turn the watch 'off' when I get in my car so it can pick up the car bluetooth or I could I have it run concurrently, with audio for calls and music to run through the car, and push notifications to continue through the watch? Then when I switch the car engine off it goes back to audio control through the watch?
Any one have any thoughts based on current smart watch use?
First, I believe it depends on the phone's support for multiple bluetooth connections. My Nexus 4 had it, but after I bought the pebble, I discovered a major flaw in the way the bluetooth worked on the Nexus 4
When in my car, my phone would frequently switch between my car stereo and my pebble, and not truly be connected to both at once. So either I would be getting notifications on my wrist, with the audio cutting out, or car audio with no notifications going to my wrist.
It would suffice to say that it was an unusable situation for me.
I assume with your Moto X you connect one, then connect the other - and both use different bluetooth protocols so that makes sense. But if the 360 is using both protocols, is there a way for my car to override or take priority for audio only? But I'd also need the push protocol for my phone book to be synced with the car...
But I suppose that it'd work in the same way that the current LG and Samsung available models works. Just have to know someone who already have them to answer this :)
I use a Jabra car bluetooth system and Samsung galaxy s4/5.
Hope this helps.