Yesterday the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live were officially put up for pre-order in the Google Play Store, with orders expected to ship in early July. Unfortunately for folks that prefer the Moto 360, there’s still no word on when the round-faced Android Wear device will be made available. Motorola has made up for the lack of information today, though, posting a demo video that shows the Moto 360 in action.
The 2-minute video gives a basic walkthrough of both the Moto 360’s hardware and software. In the clip, Motorola highlights the leather band and stainless steel face of the Moto 360 and also shows us its basic navigation. We’re shown how to change watch faces, scroll through notifications, dismiss notifications and use the “Ok Google” voice command to initiate a search.
While the video doesn’t reveal any major new information about the Moto 360, it’s nice of Motorola to give a brief demo of its watch for those of us that can’t be on the ground at Google I/O. So far, Motorola has only said that the Moto 360 will launch “later this summer,” so right now it’s unknown how long we’ll have to wait to get the thing on our wrist and how much we’ll have to pay to do so. At least we’ve got that Android L preview to keep us busy in the mean time?