Best Buy Let’s Moto 360 Android Wear Watch Slip Early, Details And Specs
Back in May, a French-language website claimed the Moto 360 was headed to retail in July and that it would cost 249 euros (around $340 in U.S. currency). July came and went without a launch, and it now looks like the Moto 360 will launch during a press event on September 4. In the meantime, Best Buy's premature posting may have provided all the details we care to know about the upcoming wearable.
According to the listing, the Moto 360 will sport a 1.5-inch backlit LCD touchscreen with a 320x290 resolution and 205 ppi, Corning Gorilla Glass 3, Texas Instruments processor, 512MB of RAM, built-in optical heart rate monitor (PPG), built-in pedometer, vibration alerts, voice activation, digital watch interface, Wireless-N and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, stainless steel case and plastic case back, built-in lithium-ion battery pack, and compatibility with most devices running Android 4.3 or later.
The listing also reveals it will measure 1.8 inches by 1.8 inches by 0.8 inches and weigh 2.1 ounces. It will feature a waterproof design that can be submerged in up to 3.3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes "so you can safely wear the watch while swimming or engaging in other aquatic activities."
Assuming the listing was accurate (we say "was" because it's since been pulled, but not before Droid-Life could grab a screenshot), the Moto 360 will run $250 at retail.