Best Buy has leaked the upcoming Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch revealing many more details about the iWatch competitor. We already knew about the Moto 360, but now we pretty much know everything thanks to a full product page leak on BestBuy.com. The page has been taken down since, but Droid-Life captured it.
Best Buy describes the Moto 360 as a smart watch for select Android devices running Android 4.3 or later. The Motorola Moto 360 smart watch enables easy operation via 1.5-inch LCD touchscreeen and voice-activated design. The Bluetooh 4.0 technology simplifies pairing. Wau! that is a hot pitch. Here. take the $249 now!
Leaked Moto 360 features include heart rate monitor, pedometer, waterproof to 3.3 feet for up to 30 min., 512MB RAM, ambient light sensor, TI CPU, and Wireless N. Why would it have Wirless N if it has Bluetooth? Anyway, the round smart watch measures 1.8x1.8x0.4 inches and weighs 2.1oz. The Moto 360 tries to look sleak with its round shape, but at 10mm height it will look clunky.
The Moto 360 is just another smart watch that nobody will use. All hope is still on Apple to come out with a smart watch that actually is making sense. The iWatch has been an epic rumor story. We have compiled the whole history of the iWatch story including the smart watch story in general starting in the 70 in this in-depth iWatch report.
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