Design Chief at Motorola shows off the new Moto 360 wearable

We just learned about Android Wear for the first time, and now we’re already getting inundated in new hardware. Here’s a hot piece of gear from Motorola, the Moto 360. Billed as a more contemporary smartwatch than the clunky wrist-bricks we’ve seen before, the Moto 360 will supposedly be available this summer.

Two days ago, Motorola announced the Moto 360, its smartwatch powered by Android Wear. Except for the few pictures and the few Android Wear functions that Google and Motorola described in their official blog posts, we do not know much about the exact specifications. We were invited yesterday to a hangout with Jim Wicks, CVP Consumer Experience design at Motorola and we were hoping to learn a little more. Unfortunately, except for the concept and the ideas behind the round shape and the Android Wear interface, he did not share the main information we are all waiting for: no pricing, no exact release date, no battery life, no display type, no processor type no resolution were provided.

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