After a long long wait, Motorola has finally made its Android wear based Moto 360 official. The smartwatch is already available for purchase (click the source link to the bottom) costing $249.
Looking to its specs, the Moto 360 comes with a 1.56inch display having 320×290 pixel resolution where the glass surface is built with the toughened Gorilla Glass and comes with IP67 certification that makes it water-proof. The Moto 360 is powered with TI OMAP 3 and hosts a 512MB of RAM with 4GB of internal storage. Needless to say, it runs the Google’s wearable OS Android Wear on-board.
Some of the special features of the Moto 360 includes a heart rate monitor that comes with a Heart Rate card and Heart Activity card that checks whether you meet your daily activities or not. Another special features is that it comes with a wireless charging dock.
The Moto 360 will be available in different watch straps that includes metal and leather where the metal one Moto 360 is priced a bit higher at $299.99 and would be available later this fall. Get in more details for this smart gadget by clicking to the source link below. Here is the promo video for the device.