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September 3, 2015

Motorola targets fitness with new Moto 360 smartwatches

Pre-orders are now open.

By CBR Staff Writer

Motorola has unveiled two new versions of its Moto 360 smartwatch, powered by Android Wear.

The first is the standard Moto 360 which has a same design to the first generation. It now comes in two sizes, with 46mm and 42mm versions. Prices change by design and range from $299.99 – $429.99.

The company said it refined the design of the first Moto 360 to create the new Moto 360 Collection that is suited to men, women, and fitness enthusiasts.

Changes include new lugs, designed particularly for both men and women, polished bezels in new styles, and quick-release bands made of leather and metal.

Moto 360 features Moto Body, which helps users lead a healthier lifestyle. The new watches feature accurate sensors, which track heart rate and the calories that are burned.

The new Moto 360 Sport will enable users to leave their smartphone at home during their daily run.

It features built-in GPS to track speed, distance, and pace. It also has a heart rate sensor for tracking other key vitals.

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Both the new versions have larger battery life when compared to the company’s first generation, offering up to two full days of use.

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