Moto 360 will feature plastic/stainless steel construction and a Horween leather band

The Android Wear-based Moto 360 smartwatch was first announced back in March, and will reportedly launch on September 4. However, Best Buy decided to reveal details of the Moto 360 well ahead of schedule (before later removing the page).
Even though most of the specs have been leaked already, there are a few additional details that were revealed in Best Buy’s [momentary] product page mishap. The device has a 1.5” 320x290 display (205 ppi) that is covered in Gorilla Glass 3, includes an optical heart rate monitor, features a built-in pedometer, and is powered by a Texas Instruments processor (512MB of RAM is included).

The Best Buy product page also tells us that while the outer rim of the Moto 360 is made of stainless steel, the back casing is actually made of plastic. We also now know that the 2.1-ounce Moto 360 is waterproof to 3.3 feet for up to 30 minutes.
The Best Buy product page lists the Moto 360’s price at $249.99, but we already knew that from the terms and condition of the Moto 360 “Face Off” competition.
With all the information and photo leaks of the Moto 360 [and other electronics devices these days], there won’t be much for Motorola to surprise us with come next month when the smartwatch is officially launched.

Sources: Best Buy, via Droid Life

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