Motorola's Moto 360 smartwatch is probably one of the prettiest looking smartwatches that are currently there. And now it seems like new reports are flowing in for the device with a solid release date on the horizon.
According to reports, while there is no information on the specs of the smartwatch, besides the device's showcased design with a single button, the Moto 360 smartwatch could be released this July with details of it expected to arrive at the upcoming Google IO event.
Other details related to the device state that the Moto 360 could arrive with a retail price of €249 (around Rs. 19,997) and that it will launch in early July.
This device, itself, is close to Samsung's Tizen-based Gear 2 smartwatch, although the Moto 360 doesn't support photography or voice calling.
However, GSMArena writes that "the smartwatch should be more capable as it will interact with the entire Android OS and its Google Now services. Also, the design is way sexier than the Gear lineup plus you'll be able to customize your bands."
Motorola's Moto 360 smartwatch was previously unveiled in March, the very same day that Google's Android Wear OS was made public. As of now, it's the only smartwatch from a big phone manufacturer to come with a circular screen.
Unfortunately, this is all the information we currently have about the new Moto 360 smartwatch. But as we mentioned before, more on the device is expected to arrive at the forthcoming Google IO event.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.