Although Motorola is still not ready to reveal a full list of Moto 360 features, the company today posted an official demo video that showcases some of the smartwatch’s capabilities. Of course, we already have our own Moto 360 hands-on
from Google I/O, but it’s nice to see Motorola presenting the smartwatch itself.
In the demo video, Motorola product marketing manager Cathay Bi gives us a walkthrough of the Moto 360, confirming that it comes with a stainless steel case, and a genuine leather wrist strap (we assume that this is customizable anyway).
Running Android Wear - just like Samsung’s Gear Live
and LG’s G Watch
- the Moto 360 displays notifications at the bottom of its screen. These can be dismissed the same way you’re doing it on an Android smartphone. You can also take (or reject) calls with the Moto 360.
As previously reported, the Moto 360 will be released
“later this summer” for a price that hasn’t been announced yet. Earlier today, Motorola revealed
the winning design of its watch face contest - which might be used as one of the faces for the commercial version of the Moto 360.