Motorola Moto 360 now on sale from T-Mobile's website; wearable in carrier's stores November 19th

Motorola Moto 360 now on sale from T-Mobile's website; wearable in carrier's stores November 19th
The Motorola Moto 360 is now available for T-Mobile customers, from the carrier's online store. Those T-Mobile customers with a Simple Choice plan who qualify, can purchase the timepiece for $0 down, with 23 monthly payments of $10.41 due. The 24th and last payment required is $10.56. The full retail price is $249.99. The Moto 360 pairs with any phone running Android 4.3 or higher, to present the user with text and email notifications. There is also a heart rate monitor and pedometer on board. The Moto 360 will be available from T-Mobile's brick and mortar stores beginning on November 19th.

The world's first full round smartwatch, the LG G Watch R. will also be launched from T-Mobile stores on November 19th. Qualified customers using a Simple Choice plan can purchase the timepiece by putting $50 down, and making 23 monthly payments of $10.41. The 24th payment would be $10.56. This watch also pairs with Android phones running Android 4.3 or higher, to provide you with emails, texts and more. A heart rate monitor lets you get a quick snapshot of your most important muscle. Later this month, the LG G Watch R will also be available from T-Mobile's online store.

To recap, the Motorola Moto 360 can be purchased from T-Mobile's online store right now. The device will be offered at physical T-Mobile stores on November 19th. The LG G Watch R will be offered online later this month, and will also be in brick and mortar stores on November 19th. Hopefully, you don't need a smartwatch to keep all of this straight.

The Motorola Moto 360 and LG G Watch R are two fine smartwatches. Which one are you hoping to find under the tree next month?

source: T-Mobile via AndroidSPIN



1. GrosseFatigue

Posts: 207; Member since: Jul 27, 2011

It looks like s**t. I want a smart watch to look .. smart, not like watch.

2. quakan

Posts: 1418; Member since: Mar 02, 2011

This smart watch isn't for you then. This for people who want the functionality of a smart watch, but want to maintain the look of a normal watch.

3. simpleas

Posts: 196; Member since: Apr 30, 2014

We can start with... having a full circular display...

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