The Android-powered watch responds to voice and motion cues, and will be available globally this summer, starting with the US
Motorola has unveiled the Moto 360, a round-faced Android smartwatch.
The Moto 360 responds to twists of the wrist to display calls, emails, social network notifications and meeting alerts.
It also responds to the ‘ok Google’ voice command, allowing users to verbally use the search engine, schedule appointments, set alarms, take notes and send texts.
The Moto 360 will be available in a “variety of styles” globally this summer starting with the US.