A report published in French website Le Journal Du Geek indicates that the Motorola’s first smartwatch Moto 360 will most probably be launched in July this year. According to the report, the Moto 360 will carry a price tag of 249 euros ($341, 20K), when launched.
Likely to be powered by Google’s Android Wear, the Moto 360 sports circular metal design, and it has been in the news since March this year. Motorola has not officially revealed any exact details about the availability of the smartwatch and has only stated that it will arrive this summer.
Apart from the inclusion of Android Wear along with Google Now integration, voice actions and rich notifications support in Moto 360, we still don’t know what kinds of innards it has. We’re looking forward to hear more details at Google I/O 2014, which is slated to be held in late-June. We would not be surprised if Motorola reveals the pricing and availability at the event as well.
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