Motorola & Google Store Now Listing Moto 360 For $149.99

Motorola have been taking part in a number of deals and savings over the last few weeks, as a result, there has been a number of bargains up for grabs. The last month has seen discounts on the Nexus 6 and the Moto X (2nd Gen). That said, much of the Motorola deal season started back at the end of May/start of June when Motorola dropped the price of their popular smartwatch, the Moto 360 down to only $149.99. This was essentially a $100 saving off of its 'normal' price. Following suit, Amazon, Best Buy and the likes also seemed to drop the price too.

Well, now July has kicked off and it seems the Moto 360 has once again dropped down to only $149.99. What's more is that the price drop is not only appearing on Motorola's Moto Maker site, but also on the Google Store. What's even more is that there are no clear indications that this is a limited time or deal option. As such, today might be seeing the day in which the Moto 360 has dropped down to $149.99 as its new normal price.

Of course, a price drop like this has been long expected, as the company seem set to unveil their next generation Moto 360 smartwatch. As such, the lowering of the cost of the device now falls in line with the anticipation that the unveiling (and maybe launch) of the Moto 360 2nd Gen is nearing. Either way and whether or not the 2nd generation smartwatch is en route, the dropping of the Moto 360 down to $149.99 is a great deal for those who have yet to move over to the smartwatch arena. The Moto 360 is one of (if not the most) popular smartwatch currently available and comes with a massive choice of customizations. Not to mention, the device has also seen its update to Android 5.1.1. arrive. As such, new owners will be able to run the most up-to-date Wear operating system straight away. Those interested in this price can pick up the watch from either Google or Motorola directly, although, the chances are that they will be able to pick it up from the other retailers soon enough too.

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