Motorola is presenting you with a demo of their first Android Wear wearable
Google’s I/O keynote was full of juicy information regarding what Android Wear is going to be about. On top of that, the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live were also announced to be going on sale that very day.However, the device that we were all waiting to see, the Moto 360, was said to be arriving later this year. Which was pretty disappointing, wasn't it?
But as we sit back and wait, Motorola is taking the opportunity to tease our senses with the first official video detailing the round smartwatch.
As you can see on the video, the UI on the Moto 360 is the same as we have seen on the other Android Wear devices, but comes with its own custom watch faces. You can see the notifications cards too and how you can easily swipe through them, dismiss them or take actions or request more info.
Specific to the Android Wear devices is the OK Google function, which lets you interact with the device via voice and we’re being shown this in the clip.
What strikes me is that the watch seems a tad larger than I envisioned it when looking at the promo pictures, but this might be because Motorola Product Marketing Cathy Bi is doing the presentation and ladies tend to have smaller hands.
Check out the video below to see for yourselves.