Moto 360 pictured on Jimmy Fallon’s ‘The Tonight Show’

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It seems the Moto 360 is due to be available quite soon, as a unit was pictured last night on Jimmy Fallon’s “The Tonight Show”. Joshua Topolsky, Editor-in-Chief of The Verge, wore the Android Wear-powered smartwatch the entire time, and the unit even sprung to life a couple times.

Everything about the watch functioned exactly as expected — meaning, the screen was off when not being used, but when Topolsky’s wrist moved, the watch face became visible. Speaking of watch faces, the one pictured sports a traditional analog style, though it’s safe to assume multiple will come with it.

We also get a feel for the size of the unit; it fits well on Topolsky (unless he has giant wrists, the scares of a massive Moto 360 are beyond us), and isn’t too thick.

As we’re already seeing the smartwatch on journalists’ wrists, we are expecting it to go official soon — Google’s I/O developers conference seems to be a safe bet.

To check the video of the Moto 360 on Topolsky’s wrist yourself, be sure to watch the video found at the source link.

joshua topolsky rocking moto 360

Source: The Tonight Show (NBC)
Via: Joshua Topolsky (Twitter), The Verge

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