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Moto 360 smartwatch third Gen is launching soon

Moto 360 smartwatch third Gen is launching soon

The Motorola launched it’s killing Moto 360 smartwatch in 2016, this watch was got high fame. Moto 360 came in three different colors. Now Moto 360 fans can get another version of this watch but these times, the watch is not made by Motorola.

Who makes the third-Gen Moto 360 smartwatch?

Last day I read an article in ‘The Verge’, in which the writer mentions that this new Moto 360 watch is developing by a Canadian company eBuyNow. But we don’t know much about permissions that are given to eBuyNow by Motorola.

Features of new Moto 360 smartwatch

If we talking about design this new smartwatch is looking just similar to its previous models. This time it comes with 1.2-inches 360 * 360 circular display and two physical buttons. This watch is very easy to use, the upper button is used for UI navigation, and the lower one is used for launching the apps in a device.

This watch is more powerful than its previous version, the third Gen of Moto 360 comes with Snapdragon Wear 3100 SoC and a powerful quick charge 355mAh battery. The watch has 1GB of Ram and 8GB of internal storage, supports Bluetooth 4.2.

This Moto 360 smartwatch is available in three different colors; steel grey rose gold, and phantom black. In all three colors, you have two choices, that either you want to buy rubber straps watch or leather straps watch.

Price

You can order this watch by 12 November. After the Galaxy Watch and Apple series watch, this watch is a more expensive smartwatch in the market, starting its cost from $350.

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Written by Nauman

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