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Wednesday, 06 August 2014 21:54

Motorola Moto 360 pictured once again

Written by Slobodan Simic

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This time with more details

The Moto 360 might be the most interesting Android Wear smartwatch so far and now we have a new look at it with a bunch of pictures showing the smartphone on a wrist as well as more charging details, including the charging dock.

The Moto 360 smartwatch is as close to a regular watch as possible and that was Motorola's idea from the beginning. This design solution appears to be working well as the company managed to stir up a lot of interest. The new set of pictures, obtained by Mister Gadget, also show the new wireless charging dock which does not look half bad as it will allow you to place the Moto 360 and simply pick it up when you need it or when it is fully charged. Most importantly, Motorola will avoid problem some users had with their LG G Watch and charging contacts.

Unfortunately, there are still no precise information regarding the price and all we have was the leaked price from one UK retailer which had it listed for £199.99 (US $337), which puts it way above the recently released Android Wear smartwatches from LG and Samsung. 


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