The Moto 360 has made an appearance on Best Buy's website, complete with a price and specs. According to the retailer, Motorola's Android Wear-powered device will retail for $249.99. While this could be the final price, there's also a decent chance that it's merely a placeholder.
Best Buy also lists the apparent specs of the Moto 360. First, it seems that the device will be powered by a Texas Instruments processor. The Moto 360 will also apparently be water resistant up to 3.3' and the back will evidently be plastic, which makes sense for wireless charging. Best Buy's listing does not include a release date, saying only that the device is "coming soon". Check out the video of our hands-on with the Moto 360 below.
Will you pick up a Moto 360 for $250? Let us know below in the comments.
Source: Best Buy
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