Motorola back in September has announced its new line of Moto 360 Android wear devices. However, unlike the regular Moto 360, the new range isn't available right off the bat. Today, it looks like Motorola has finally provided the official price and release date of the fitness-focused wearable.
Motorola through its official blog has outlined several key pieces of information regarding the new Moto 360 Sport. First, it allows its users to leave their smartphones in their purses or pockets and still get important notifications whenever they need or want them. Not only that, but the new Moto 360 Sport can also get deliver everything that a user would need for his or her daily activities, all while leaving their smartphones at home.
It also comes with a built-in GPS (Global Positioning System), heart rate monitoring as well as music player capabilities to allow its users to keep track of their health metrics and entertain themselves with their playlists at the same time. Simply put, the Moto 350 Sport features all the essentials that anyone would need to hit the road and strive to beat their records.
The Moto 360 Sport also works seamlessly with fitness apps found in the Google Play Store. MapMyRun, Under Armour Record, Strava, Google Fit and Fitbit are just a number of them. Moto Body can record a user's workout data and then sync them afterwards with the aforementioned apps to keep activities and exercises tracked and up to date.
Aside from its fitness tracking capabilities, Moto 360 can also display Gmail messages and calendar invites to keep its users updated in real time. Furthermore, it can even be used to reply to friends on WhatsApp and get real-time traffic status and weather reports. As far as the battery life is concerned, the Moto 360 Sport can withstand an entire day even with it displaying the time around the clock through its Ambient Mode.
Moto 360 Sport will soon be available in the United Kingdom and France on Dec. 18, while it will be available in the United States as early as Jan. 7 at $299.