Motorola has today made their recently rumoured smartwatch official, unveiling the new generation of the Moto 360 in two versions, one as a 42mm smartwatch and the other as a 46mm.
The 43mm version has a 1.37 inch display with a 360 x 325 pixel resolution, while the 46mm model has a 1.56 inch display and a 360 x 330 pixel resolution. They both include a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB of RAM, a 3,000mAh battery and 4GB of internal storage.
Both also feature a range of sensors to track details like your heart rate and calories, and both are Wi-Fi enabled to provide notifications when you are out of Bluetooth range from your smartphone.
Motorola have also tuned the design to suit a wider market, with new lugs, polished bezels and quick-release bands made from both leather and metal. You can also customise all of this within Motorola’s Moto Maker.
The pricing for both the models will vary depending on the size, style and the options you choose, but it will cost between $299 and $499 in the US. Motorola say that these new watches will release later this month, with pre-orders kicking off today.
Motorola also unveiled the Moto 360 Sport, which has a silicone construction and a special UV coating, with built-in GPS for tracking of speed, distance and pace, as well as a heart rate sensor and a “AnyLight hybrid” display, that is said to work great in the sun.
Motorola has yet to reveal a release date or price for the Sport model yet.
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