Best Buy accidentally went live with their listing for the upcoming Motorola Moto 360. They’ve taken it back down, but not before we learned of a $250 price tag, Texas Instruments processor and so much more.
Motorola just put up a teaser website at NewFromMoto.com, announcing a press event for September 4. The event will take place at Motorola’s Chicago center, with details on registration to be revealed soon.
New images of the Moto 360 reveal for the first time the wireless charging cradle that will ship with the smartwatch, and confirm several other details rumored in the past.
The official Android Wear companion app for Android is now available in the Google Play Store. Google has also launched an Android Wear apps section to the Play Store, so you can pre-plan all the apps you’d like to install.
If you had to recommend an Android Wear device, which one would it be? What about if you had to use your own money? Which watch delivers the best bang for your 200 bucks?
We are not the only ones that want to help you decide which Android Wear watch to buy now. Google has launched the handy Android Wear Help Center. The help center provides a wealth of information for the available devices and for Android Wear in general.
The LG G Watch is up for pre-sale on the Mobile Fun website for $254.99, with an estimated delivery of July 7th. Listed as a Pre-Order with stock expected ‘soon.’
You won’t have to worry about cables or charging plugs with the Moto 360, as the smartwatch will support Qi wireless charging.
We may have been more interested in other details when it was announced, but the Moto 360 Design Face-off is concluding and you get to pick the winner!
The price tag is still one of the big unknowns of the Moto 360, but, if one UK retailer is correct, we’ve finally got ourselves a solid clue.