Best Buy's Website Prices Moto 360 at $250

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Motorola's upcoming, stunningly circular wearable has been a pretty leaky ship. We even got to spend some hands-on time with the device. But the one thing that's been eluding us is the price. According a Best Buy product page, you'll need to shell out $250 if you want a Moto 360 smartwatch.


That prices makes sense compared to other smartwatch prices we've seen recently: it comes in about $50 cheaper than the $300 Samsung Galaxy Gear 2, though more expensive than any other Android Wear device, including the $230 LG G Watch and the $200 Galaxy Gear Live. Along with the pricing deets, we also get a pretty convincing spec rundown of the smartwatch. Here are some highlights:

1.5-inch backlit LCD touch screen

512MB of RAM

Waterproof up to 3.3-feet for 30 minutes

Texas Instruments processor

Built in pedometer and optical heart rate monitor

Compatible with Android 4.3 or later

You can take a peek at Best Buy's slip-up below (for when they inevitably delete it). Now that we have a little bit better picture of what the Moto 360 is packing (though nothing is certain), has Motorola delivered the smartwatch dream we've all been waiting for or do the benefits still not outweigh the costs? [Droid Life]

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512GB of RAM