The Moto 360 Sport just showed up on the Canadian Google Store and is listed as “coming soon.” It’s unclear how much the sport version of Motorola’s 2nd generation wearable will cost, but it’s likely priced at $380 CAD, which is what it costs at Telus and Best Buy.
The Moto 360 Sport runs Android Wear, featuring a plastic and silicone body that repels sweat. It also comes equipped with built-in GPS to track runs, allowing users to leave their smartphone at home. In terms of technical specifications, the Moto 360 Sport utilizes a 1.37-inch 360 x 325 pixel display with “AnyLight” tech that makes the Sport’s display easier to read outdoors.
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