We’ve already known about the Moto 360 for a while now but we have never understood its specs fully, but today Motorola has finally made the Moto 360 available for users along with the specs that we’ve been eyeing for sometime.
The Moto 360 is Motorola’s first in the smartwatch market, wearing the latest Android Wear platform, it features a 1.56-inch semi-circular touch display covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for scratch protection, and a IP67 certification for water resistance so users can take the Moto 360 wherever they go.
Motorola’s smartwatch runs on TI OMAP 3 Processor with 512 MB RAM and 4 GB of internal storage. It comes with a single side button used to wake up the device. it also feature tiny motor vibrator for notification and dual mics. It is also embedded with an optical heart rate monitor and a built-in pedometer.
Powered by a 320 mAh battery, Motorola says that the Moto 360 could last a day (12 hours) in one full charge. The devices charge itself wirelessly with the included wireless charging dock. It goes compatible with Android devices running Android 4.3 or later.
Available through Motorola’s website, the Moto 360 cost around $249.99 and comes in three available variants: Light Stainless steel case with gray Horween leather strap, Light Stainless steel case with stone Horween leather strap and dark Stainless steel case with black Horween leather strap. Incase users would want a more elegant and professional look, Motorola is also selling a metal strap for the Moto 360 which is available for $300.
So what are your thoughts about the new Moto 360? Is that device practically priced? Does the battery do justice as it offers less than 24 hrs of life? comments are welcome below.
- The Moto 360 Smartwatch Is Finally Here, Available Today For $249.99(techcrunch.com)
- Moto 360 Android Wear smartwatch heading to retail for $250(electronista.com)
- Moto 360 Review: A Modern Timepiece That Will Last You Just One Day(ibtimes.co.uk)
- The Moto 360 goes on sale today from $249.99(theverge.com)