Folks at US retailer Best Buy on Sunday jumped the gun in putting a listing for Motorola’s upcoming Moto 360 smartwatch. This listing although did not mention the actual availability details of the watch but it did reveal a price-tag and full specifications.
Motorola has been mostly silent about Moto 360 and it is expected to detail the smartwatch on its September 4 press event in Chicago but thanks to the Best Buy listing (already taken down), we already know what to expect from the device.
As per the retailer’s product listing, Moto 360 will pack a 1.5-inch backlit LCD with 320x290p resolution. The display has been covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Among other specifications, the smartwatch will feature a Texas Instruments processor, 512MB of RAM, pedometer, optical heart-rate sensor, ambient light sensor, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.
The Moto 360, like other Android Wear smartwatches, will be compatible with most Android 4.3 devices and support voice-actions. The device is also water-proof and weighs just 58 grams.
Coming to the pricing, if Best Buy listing price is accurate, the smartwatch will retail for $249.99 in the US, which is more than other Android Wear watches but given stainless steel watch case material, it was expected.