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Moto 360: Motorola's smartwatch powered by Android Wear Announced!

Mar 18 2014, 1:28pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Your appointments, notifications and missed calls will be right there on your wrist

Moto 360; Motorola's smartwatch powered by Android Wear
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Moto 360: Motorola's smartwatch powered by Android Wear Announced!

Android will not be categorized among the wearables division as well since Google has introduced the Android wear. Now Motorola will be amongt the first ones to make use of Google's new invention with Android. It has officially announced the Moto 360 which follows the smartwatch and is powered by Android Wear.

Much like a normal wrist watch, the new Moto 360 by Motorola will feature a plain round faced design and according to the makers, the new smartwatch gets its exclusive look from the premium quality materials used in the production process. As Motorola puts it, "Moto 360 is everything you need, with a look that you want". The Android powered smartphone will help you keep an organised day with frequent alerts and important notifications. Everything you need to know regarding who is calling and from whome you missed a call will be right there on your wrists. You can also be reminded about your upcoming appointments. Once Moto 360 is launched this summer in the US, it will be available in different designs all over the world.

source: motorola-blog

 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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