Evidence that the Moto 360 is coming very soon has been strong so far. After seeing Joshua Topolsky rock the Android Wear-based watch on Jimmy Fallon’s ‘The Tonight Show,’ we’ve been eagerly awaiting more details. The latest source of information, this time with Moto 360 pricing, is well-known retailer MobileFun, which has listed the possible pricing and even open preorders for Motorola’s new smartwatch.
In a blog post on its UK site, MobileFun states things about the Moto 360 that we already knew or assumed — it will tell the time (whoa!), provide notifications for granularly selectable apps, come with fitness functions to track exercise and sleep, be customizable with replaceable watch faces and wrist straps, and connect to Google Now for voice control and feedback.
Of course, the important bit of the retailer’s blog post is the mention of a price. Moto 360 pricing has been divulged as £199, and the smartwatch will launch later this summer. Thankfully, MobileFun also has a site for the United States. It has opened pre-orders for the Moto 360 there as well, where it has been listed with a sale price of $279.49, astonishingly lower than previous estimates.
Interested people can go ahead and pre-order the Moto 360 right now. Hopefully, we’ll be learning more about the Android Wear device when Google I/O 2014 kicks off with a keynote on June 25.