Motorola’s 360 Smartwatch has been revamped by a company called eBuyNow. The company describes itself as a “an independent, data-driven consumer electronics company” that “work[s] with proprietary tools to identify precise gaps in the consumer electronics industry, and then proceed to build, market, and distribute promising consumer electronics goods with a strictly results-oriented approach.”
This new Moto 360 has a circular display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 3100 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage. It also has a heart rate monitor, GPS, and NFC for mobile payments. You can speak to the watch to control your smart home devices, as you would when issuing commands to a Google Home or Nest smart speaker.The product is said to be available for purchase in December and will cost $349.99.
The Watch’s 360 by 360 touch screen is an OLED panel with an always-on option, and there are two buttons on the side of the watch. The top button allows you to scroll through the interface when you rotate it and the button below can be used to launch an app of your choosing.
It charges from “really low” to full in sixty minutes and can display time for up to three days, but cannot perform any other functions when it is critically low.
The Moto 360 comes in rose gold, gray steel and black, and each comes with both a silicone and leather strap. It’s really stylish.