According to a Motorola Moto 360 product page, the Android Wear-powered smartwatch will sport a Texas Instrument processor and cost $249 (around £150).
This is according to a listing from US retailer Best Buy. Details revealed by the listing include Android Wear, Bluetooth 4.0, Android 4.3+ compatibility, and a microphone for voice commands. Furthermore, the listing reveals features such as an ambient light sensor (confirmed by Motorola in the past), a stainless steel casing, and a leather strap.
The listing reveals a few things we didn’t know such as a Texas Instruments processor (previous reports said that it would sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 CPU) and a 1.5-inch (odd measurement for a round screen) display with a resolution of 320×920 pixels.
Motorola is expected to lift the lid on the Moto 360 alongside the Moto X+1, Moto G2, and a mystery Bluetooth earpiece on the 4th of September in Chicago.
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