Motorola releases official demo video for the Moto 360
Google’s developers’ conference for this year came in quite handy and we surely got to see tons of newer developments of Android wearable devices including the LG G Watch and the Samsung Gear Live. A proper demo was given for both the devices for which we saw every detail there was to know and surprisingly both the devices went for sale on the same day and were available on Google Play Store. Though we fed out curiosity on these two devices for quite long yet, we didn’t see what we had been dying to see; the Moto 360. Motorola’s much awaited smartwatch was nowhere to be seen and it seems like it will be coming out later this year.
But seeing so much anticipation for the wearable, Motorola has released a demonstration video which is going to give us an idea of how the watch is going to look like while working. As far as the interface is concerned, it pretty much resembles the ones on the Android wearable devices. But the watch faces which Motorola customizes for every customer are going to be the differentiating factor. Moreover, the display is semicircular and because of that the display appears in a different manner.
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