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Motorola goes official with Moto 360, It's Time

If that squared-off smartwatch from LG wasn't of your taste, never mind, we have another phone maker announcing their first smartwatch running Android Wear inside out. Lenovo owned Motorola has introduced a sleek looking new piece of classic wearable with Android's Wear platform, named Moto 360.

Talking about it's design, the Motorola Moto 360 features the iconic design with a stylish round face, made out of premium materials, that fits comfortably on to your wrist. As far as it's availability is concerned, expect the smartwatches from Motorola to hit the global store shelves this Summer, first making it to the Stateside.

As off the new LG made G Watch the new Motorola manufactured Moto 360 too display your outstanding notifications, and as said in their blog post, "with just a twist of the wrist," users can see who's emailing or calling them on phone, as well as display your next meetings and the latest post by your friend on the social media.

As the Moto X smartphone, the Moto 360 smartwatch is too always listening to it's users voice, where you only have to say, "Okay Google" to make the watch answer your question and get stuff done, like scheduling an appointment, sending a text, setting an alarm or taking down a note.


Source: Motorola

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