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.