Yesterday the company announced to Re/code that their latest smartwatch device, the Moto 360 “sold out online, but we [Motorola] are working hard to replenish stock. Availability may be limited for a while due to high demand.”
The sleek watch was launched at an event last week along with the Moto G and Moto X smart phones. It’s price tag: $250. Considerably cheaper than what you might expect from Samsung Gear Watch or LG’s smartwatch.
The Android-Wear based smartwatch went on sale in two stylish colors: black leather and (what seems to be just a handful) limited edition gray leather with suede. They were sold online in the US at Motorola’s offical store, Google Play and BestBuy.com.
Features of Moto G
The smartwatch is compatible with smartphones that are using Anroid 4.3 or higher.
Has 1.56″ LCD display (resolution of 320×920 pixels), with Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
Diameter is 46,, and 11.5mm thick. Weighs only 49 grams.
Battery is 320mAh, which should be good for all day use.
Wireless charging, and comes with a charging dock.
Processor is TI OMAP 3, and is married with 512MB of RAM.
4GB of built-in storage.
Has an optical heart rate monitor.
Moto 360 is water-resistant (IP67 rating).
Coupling with all the features above and with a nice price tag, Motorola’s Moto 360 was a sure hit to be sold out!