Google has just dropped the price of the first generation Moto 360 on the Google Store to only $99. The original Moto 360 might not have the best battery life and powerful internals as other newer Android Wear smartwatches, but it can still give them a run for their money in the looks department.
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After months of speculation regarding the follow-up to Motorola’s popular Moto 360 wearable, the second-generation smartwatch is now official.
If a teaser image shared by Lenovo — Motorola’s parent company — is anything to go by, the company will be unveiling the second generation Moto 360 on September 8.
The new Moto 360 has managed to slip out more than a few times as of recent, and now another variant of the upcoming wearable is said to have been revealed, too.
While Motorola hasn’t officially announced a successor to last year’s Moto 360, the wearable is about ready to find its successor shown off on stage.
In March of this year, the CEO of Lenovo may or may not have shown what the new Moto 360 would look like when it launched later in the year.
Recently, the Android Wear-based smartwatch from Motorola, the Moto 360, has seen a few price drops from a variety of retailers, including from the manufacturer itself back in May.
The Moto 360 has been on sale quite a bit recently, dropping down to $165 directly from the Google Store not too long ago.
At the beginning of June, Motorola confirmed that the update to Android 5.1.1 for its Android Wear-based smartwatch, the Moto 360, had been delayed.