The Moto 360 smart watch could cost US$249
One of the most eagerly anticipated smart watches is the Moto 360, which we first saw earlier this year. Aside from the fact that it is powered by Android Wear, another reason why we are so excited about it is because of its classic good looks.
Interestingly, over the weekend, Best Buy listed the Moto 360 on its website, indicating that it will sell for US$249 (roughly S$310) and also detailed that it will have a 1.5-inch backlit LCD touchscreen with a display resolution of 320 x 290 pixels, giving the screen a pixel density of 205 ppi. Rather than sapphire glass, the watch's' crystal will be Corning's Gorilla Glass 3.
Additionally, the Moto 360 will have a built-in pedometer, optical heart rate monitor, a built-in lithium ion battery back, stainless steel case, plastic caseback and it will also be water resistant.
Elsewhere the listing also mentions that it will be powered by a Texas Instrument processor and that it will have 512MB RAM and Wireless-N connectivity.
Unfortunately, the listing has since been taken down but you can see screen grabs from the source link below.
Source: Droid Life