Moto 360 price, spec list revealed by Best Buy product pageAlex Wagner - Editorial Director of News and Content
It’s expected that we’ll finally get the full rundown on Motorola’s Moto 360 on Sept. 4, but it looks like Best Buy just couldn’t wait that long to share the good info.
Best Buy has launched a product page for the Moto 360, complete with a price and full spec list. The Moto 360 is listed with a price tag of $249.99, which is slightly higher than the $199.99 Samsung Gear Live and the $229.99 LG G Watch. Unfortunately, Best Buy doesn’t have a launch date to go along with that price, simply teasing that the 360 is “coming soon.”
As far as specs go, here’s what Best Buy tells us to expect from Motorola’s Android Wear offering:
- Compatible with most devices with an Android 4.3 or later operating system
- For wide-ranging use.
- Bluetooth 4.0 technology
- Enables wireless syncing to select devices for hassle-free connectivity.
- Voice activated
- Allows you to use spoken commands to operate the smart watch via the built-in microphone.
- Vibration alert
- Discreetly notifies you of important events.
- 1.5" backlit LCD touch screen
- With 320 x 290 resolution and 205 ppi makes it easy to navigate features and provides easy-to-read visuals. Corning Gorilla Glass 3 construction offers durability, and the adjustable brightness allows custom use.
- Built-in optical heart rate monitor (PPG)
- Helps you achieve or stay within your ideal heart rate range.
- Built-in pedometer
- Measures the number of steps taken, so you can easily monitor your fitness progress throughout the day.
- Digital watch interface
- Provides crisp, clear readouts of the time and date. Built-in alarm and calendar features help you stay on schedule.
- Waterproof up to 3.3' for up to 30 minutes
- So you can safely wear the watch while swimming or engaging in other aquatic activities.
- Stainless-steel case and plastic case back
- Offer durability. The adjustable-length Horween leather band and metal buckle closure deliver a secure, comfortable fit.
- Built-in lithium-ion battery pack
- Provides long-lasting operation. The battery-strength indicator lets you know when the battery needs to be powered via the included dock and charger.
- Texas Instruments processor
- Helps ensure fast, efficient performance.
So there you go. Obviously none of this is officially official until Motorola says that it is, but all of the details shared by Best Buy seem plausible. So now that we may know the Moto 360’s full spec list and its price tag, what do you think? Will you be springing for one when it finally launches?