One of the most worthwhile Android Wear-based smartwatches on the market right now is still the Moto 360, and now it’s just received a big price drop from the manufacturer.
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Way back in March, the CEO of Lenovo showed off a series of images that many believed to be the next iteration of the Moto 360.
One of the best Android Wear running smartwatch — the Moto 360 — has received a hefty price cut from Google and Motorola. The watch, which was available for $249, is now available for purchase through the Google Play Store in the United States for $165.
Before the weekend officially kicked off, it was revealed that both Amazon and Best Buy were offering up some noteworthy discounts on Motorola’s first Android Wear-based wearable, the Moto 360.
Motorola’s Android Wear-based smartwatch has been available for a bit of time now, but for anyone who hasn’t pulled the trigger on the wearable, now might be a good time.
The Moto 360 was launched last year, and if a new image that was shared by the Lenovo CEO is any indicator, there might be a new wearable right around the corner.
In February, it was confirmed that the Moto 360 would be added to Moto Maker sometime in March, and Motorola has stuck to their plans.
Motorola has started rolling out the Android 5.0.2 update for the Moto 360. The minor update bumps the Android Wear version on the watch to LWX49L and brings with it some minor bug fixes and performance improvements.
In November of 2014, Motorola teased the future arrival of premium accessories from DODOcase, which would see the addition of brand new watch bands for the wearable added to the online store at some point in the future.
Just in time for the Holiday season, Motorola has started selling individual leather and metal bands for the Moto 360 on its web store in the United States. The Lenovo owned company is charging $30 for the Horween leather band in grey, black or silver, with the metal band coming in a steep $80.