motorola-moto-360-hands-on-9Planning on getting your hands on the new Moto 360 smartwatch from Motorola? Granted the wearable seems to be sold out at the moment and is only expected to arrive at Best Buy on the 14th of September, but in the meantime you might be pleased to learn that there are other alternative channels in which you can get your hands on the device.

Last we heard, Verizon was one of the channels in which you could get the Moto 360, but if you don’t live near a Verizon store or if you prefer AT&T, you might be pleased to learn that AT&T has recently announced that they too will be offering the Moto 360 when it goes on sale, although the carrier has yet to announce the official pricing and availability of the smartwatch yet.

However given that Verizon has priced the Moto 360 at $249 for the leather band and $299 for the metal band (excluding tax), we can only assume that AT&T will be pricing the watch at around the same price as well.

The Moto 360, for those who might have missed our coverage, will come with a 1.56-inch LCD display and will feature a resolution of 320×290. One of the differences of the Moto 360 is that its face is a round face, as opposed to the square/rectangular faces we’ve seen in other smartwatches. It will feature an IP67 protection rating meaning that it should be able to continue functioning even when it comes into contact with water, and will also be charged wirelessly.

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