May 14 2014, 4:14am CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
LG announced its Android Wear smartwatch back in March and ever since then the wearable has been teased every now and then on the internet. Comparatively, Motorola is keeping it under the hood and is not so ready to spill the beans about its Moto 360 smartwatch which was unveiled on the same day as LG.
However, we do have some information regarding the Moto E when it comes to its launch in India. Punit Soni, VP, Product management, Motorola Mobility shared some information on Indian launch while speaking to IBNLive at the event of the Moto E launch in India. There were no exact dates revealed but it was stated that the Moto E smartwatch would soon land in India.
When he was asked that "can we expect the Moto 360 in India in the next two months,?" he simply tried his best not to answer the question in a straightforward manner. He only smiled and said that "it is going to come relatively soon," from which we can estimate that the watch is going to hit the Indian stores in the next two months. He also didn’t reveal much about the price but did give us a slight hint stating that "The price will be in line with the Nexus strategy where you basically have good value devices with high functionality."
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