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.

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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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Source: Motorola

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