I know, I know... this is probably coming at you from just out of the blue... but try to stay with us.
There's going to be a new Moto 360, and there's going to be a Moto 360 Sport. 2 devices! Other sites have mentioned actually more, but this is just what I've got for what's going to be available in Canada (what? we miss out on stuff...? no way!)
It's cool to see that they'll work with Kevo. The release also mentions 'Live Dials', which I think are indistinguishable from just an interactive watch face.
The New Moto 360 Collection: Giving you more choice with the watch that makes time for you
Any watch can tell the time - but what about one that can give you time? The new Moto 360 Collection — with more styles, more features and more battery — offers countless design possibilities to suit your tastes, plus new experiences that will free you up to do more of the things you love.
Designed around you
The original Moto 360 was the first smartwatch that actually looked like a watch. With the second generation, we’ve refined the classic and timeless design and created a watch collection specifically designed for men, women and fitness enthusiasts. Taking further inspiration from the traditional watch world, Moto 360’s case design now features lugs specifically tailored for men and women, and polished bezels in new styles. With new quick-release bands, you can easily swap between leather and metal bands in seconds to match your look for the day.
Apps that make life easier
Powered by Android WearTM, Moto 360 gives you complete control right from your wrist so you can stay in the moment, without constantly grabbing your phone from your pocket or purse.
Get notifications and important info at a glance. Respond to messages with your voice. Start your car with the MyFord mobile app, then lock the front door with the Kevo app. All without ever reaching for your phone. Plus, Moto 360 is WiFi-enabled, keeping you connected even if your phone is out of BluetoothⓇ range.
The new Moto 360 exclusive Live Dials also make it easier for you to dive in with shortcuts right on the watch face to the apps you use most.
Choose a better health and wellness experience
Moto 360 features Moto Body, a holistic experience that helps you lead a healthier lifestyle. Ever wonder how many steps you’ve taken in a day or how many calories that trip up the stairs actually burned? The new watches feature incredibly accurate sensors, so you can track your heart rate and the calories you burn. And that translates into valuable feedback and coaching to help you improve and stay fit.
Moto 360 Sport
For fitness enthusiasts, there’s also the new Moto 360 Sport.
With the new Moto 360 Sport, you can now leave your smartphone at home during your daily run. Built-in GPS accurately tracks your speed, distance, and pace, while a heart sensor tracks other important vitals. You can even store and play music right from your wrist, because we all need a good workout mix to push us during that last mile or rep. Plus, you can see all this information clearly, even in bright sunlight, with the new AnyLight hybrid display.
Take your workout to the limit without worrying about your watch, thanks to a durable yet comfortable design. Strong silicone construction with special UV coating wicks away moisture and resists fading or staining, while side ventilation channels help you stay cool.1
Last but not least, the new Moto 360 and Moto 360 Sport has even more battery life than our first generation2, now offering up to two full days of use.
How to Buy
The new Moto 360 will be available in Canada this fall at Best Buy, TELUS and on Google Play. Prices vary by design and range from $379.99 - $499.99. We’ll share more details on Moto 360 Sport availability soon.
1IP67 dust and water resistant—not waterproof. Not for use while swimming, diving or engaging in other underwater activities. Avoid prolonged exposure to water and/or exposure of leather band to water.
2 All battery life claims are approximate and based on an average user profile that includes both usage and standby time. Battery performance depends on network configuration, signal strength, operating temperature, features selected, and voice, data and other applications usage patterns.