The smartphone was earlier launched in September at the sideline of IFA 2015 in Berlin.

In the US, the watch was launched at a smarting range of Rs. 19800  and later went upto around Rs. 28.400 depending on the size of case and type of band. Indian consumers can expect a slight premium on the US prices when the smartwatch arrives in India.

Key Specifications:

  • The Smartwatch comes in two sizes and both for men and women.
  • The wearable device comes in 46mm design and 42mm design for men, while for women it comes in only the 42mm size
  •  Moto 360 is built out of aircraft-grade 316L stainless steel, with Corning Gorilla Glass protecting the screen from scratches
  • The smartwatch is also IP67-certified, making it dust and water resistant
  •  New Moto 360 comes in two screen sizes: 1.37-inch (of screen resolution 360x325 pixels and a 263ppi pixel density), and 1.56-inch (of screen resolution 360x330 pixels and a 233ppi pixel density)
  •  The device is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz, which comes paired with Adreno 306 GPU clocked at 450MHz.
  •  The smartwatch has 4GB of internal storage, and 512MB of RAM.
  •  The 42mm variant comes with 300mAh battery, which as the company claims could last up to 1.5 days of mixed use with Ambient off
  • It supports both Bluetooth 4.0 LE and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g.
  •  The Smartphone comes loaded with an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, and a gyroscope, apart from a vibration and haptics engine
  •  It also has an optical heart rate monitor (PPG).

Another key aspect of Moto 360 Sport is the 'AnyLight' screen, touted to be world's hybrid display that can automatically adapt to the level of natural light around the user.

People can enjoy a traditional LCD screen for maximum readability. Then when you are out for a run, natural light is reflected to improve readability, especially in bright or sunny conditions, claims Motorola.