About a month ago we were trying to get to the bottom of what pricing would look like for the Android Wear-powered Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch. While an official number hadn’t been formally announced, we heard about a design contest the manufacturer was throwing for 360 watch faces, with the prize being a Moto 360 watch to take home. And nestled within all the contest rules, Motorola was forced to divulge an MSRP: just shy of $250. We’re still waiting for 360 sales to begin (and its price to finally be confirmed), but this week we pick up from the other end of that thread, as we see Motorola reveal the ten finalists with the company’s top design picks.

Those are a few of the finalists you see up top, but for the full-res renders, along with descriptions of how the UI elements on all these designs would work, you’ll want to click through to Motorola’s Google+ page via the source link below. There you can also give your favorite designs a +1 to help Motorola determine the winner.

Whichever design gets the most +1s by June 24 will take home the prize, and you can throw your support behind as many or as few of the options as you’d like. After voting, pop back in here to share your favorite and see if other readers are on the same page with you.

Source: Motorola (Google+)
Via: Android and Me

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