Best Buy may have inadvertently revealed pricing for the Moto 360 smart watch, set to be unveiled at a press event in early September.
The big box retailer put up a listing for the smart watch on their website, which had a full list of specs as well as a $249 price tag. The page was removed shortly after appearing.
Luckily, the folks over at DroidLife grabbed a screenshot of the listing.
According to the page, the Moto 360’s circular face is a 1.5-inch 320×290 LCD display, and the watch is also said to sport a heart rate monitor and a pedometer. The listing also claims that the Moto 360 is powered by a Texas Instruments processor (though which model is unspecified) as well as 512MB of RAM.
Of course, Bluetooth 4.0 will allow the phone to communicate with the watch. However, as Engadget notes, the listing also mentions Wifi connectivity, which is new for Android Wear.
In other words, the details of the listing may not be entirely accurate, but we can settle the matter once and for all at Motorola’s September 4 event in Chicago.
And if you’re really impatient, you can check out this hands-on video we shot at Google I/O.