Motorola unveiled its new Moto 360 Collection back in September. Alongside the new 2nd generation Moto 360 was the new Moto 360 Sport for fitness enthusiasts. While the former is now available widely, the latter has yet to hit stores. Motorola today finally revealed when it will hit stores.
The Moto 360 Sport will first go on sale in the UK and France on December 18th. It will make its way to the U.S. on January 7th via Motorola.com and select other online retailers where it will sell for US$299 (about CA$400). Broader U.S. availability will follow just a few days later as it lands at Best Buy stores and Best Buy stores and the Moto Shop in downtown Chicago. It will also launch in Canada as well as Brazil, China, Mexico and Spain but all we know is that it will be sometime “in the new year.”
The Moto 360 Sport adds a few features not seen on the current Moto 360 smartwatches. The silicone construction will not absorb sweat and will not fade or stain. It adds a built-in GPS (and retains the optical heart rate monitor) as well the new Motorola AnyLight technology that promises to improve readability both indoors and outdoors by reflecting natural sunlight. On the software side, it offers more fitness tracking features.
The Moto 360 Sport will not be customizeable via Moto Maker like the Moto 360. It will only be available in Black, Flame Orange or White.
Source : Motorola