The Moto 360 is without a doubt one of the most interesting Android smartwatches that will launch this year, thanks to its unusually beautiful design – the device will feature a traditional round watch face rather than a square face like the smartwatches already available in stores or launching soon – but there are no clear details about its launch. Motorola has teased the device on numerous occasions, unveiling only certain details about it. However, it appears that French site Journal du Geek has learned more details surrounding the Moto 360’s price and launch window.
According to the publication, the Moto 360 will cost €249, and will be available in early July. However, it’s not clear where the smartwatch will start selling first, or whether that’s an international or U.S. launch time frame.
Previous reports revealed that the Moto 360 will be available in limited quantities, at least at first, as Motorola won’t be able to manufacture the device in large quantities due to the device’s complex design.
The Moto 360 will not be the first Android Wear-running smartwatch launching this summer, as LG is expected to unveil its G Watch soon. The LG smartwatch has been confirmed to sell for €199 in France.
Samsung’s new Gear watches sell for €299 (Gear 2) and €199 (Gear 2 Neo) in Europe.