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Thursday, 10 July 2014 22:07

Motorola releases another Moto 360 video

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Explains the form of a watch

Motorola has released yet another promotional video for its Moto 360 smartwatch explaining why it went with a circular design rather than a cheaper rectangular smartwatch like most of the competition. Unfortunately, it still did not shed any light on the official launch date or the official price.

The new Moto 360: Why a Watch promo video hosts Moto 360 Product Lead, Lior Ron, who tries to explain why did Motorola decide to go for the traditional watch design rather than put a box on your wrist. Motorola's obvious inspiration was the standard watch, which according to Lior Ron has a super comfortable design which allowed them to have a sizable display which shows a lot of information and retain the classical look of a wrist watch.

Why the video seems like a nice touch and keeps the hype up, Motorola did not reveal any details regarding the official price or the official launch date, other than "later this summer", which we heard during Google I/O. Recent rumors pointed to July as a possible launch date and the price was rumored at anywhere between €249 and €300.

You can check out the new promo video below.

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Last modified on Friday, 11 July 2014 08:13

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