The Motorola’s smartwatch based on Android Wear dubbed Moto 360 was launched in Black and Gray Leather variants early this month is now in the tech headlines. Well, the Gray Leather variant of the Moto 360 is now replaced by the Stone Leather variant, but there is no change in the pricing as it remains the same at $249.99.
Motorola has always been revealing that its timepiece will be coming with straps in different colors. Suddenly, the Moto 360 surfaced online with a new Stone Leather strap. Obviously, it was designed to substitute the Gray Leather variant that is no more on sale.
Finally, the Moto 360 smartwatch based on Android Wear platform flaunts a 1.5 inch display with a 320×320 pixel resolution along with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The wearable device uses a TI OMAP 3 SoC backed by 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of native storage capacity.
Also, it houses a 320 mAh battery that should be capable of lasting for a day. The Moto 360 comes with a leather belt strap, two Stainless steel straps and other variants that will be announced later. The smartwatch comes with IP67 certificate that makes it water resistant.