The watch will be available in two styles: Stainless Steel Black with Black leather band, and Stainless Steel Silver with Stone leather band from October 31st in both Australia and New Zealand, for a RRP of A$329/NZ$359. The Moto 360 will be available with a steel band version early next year for a price of A$359/NZ$395.
While Motorola hasn’t announced which retailers will be stocking the watch, we know that Harvey Norman has it on their system, and we’re pretty sure that other retailers carrying Motorola products, such as the Moto E, Moto G and Moto X will carry it as well; Stores such as JB Hi-Fi, Good Guys and Dick Smith Electronics.
|Screen||1.5” 320 x 290, 205ppi Backlit LCD with Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3|
|Processor:||TI OMAP™ 3|
|Connectivity:||Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy|
Optical heart rate monitor (PPG)
|Battery/Power:||320mAh All day (mixed use) 1Wireless charging with charging dock included|
|Dimensions:||46mm diameter by 11mm high
Weight with Leather Band: 49g
We’ve already checked out the Moto 360 and found it to be a stunning example of Android Wear, you can read all about Chris’ experience with the Moto 360 in his review.