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Moto360 now in Phl market through MSI-ECS

The first Android Wear device to have a round face, the Moto360 2nd Gen still lives up to the promise of looking and feeling like a real watch. Coming with the function of a smartwatch, the Moto360 allows users to read messages and notifications without even lifting the phone, and sync with Goggle Play music playlist.

The Moto360 is now in the Philippine market through MSI-ECS.

The first Android Wear device to have a round face, the Moto360 2nd Gen still lives up to the promise of looking and feeling like a real watch. Coming with the function of a smartwatch, the Moto360 allows users to read messages and notifications without even lifting the phone, and sync with Goggle Play music playlist.

It has an edge-to-edge glass with a thin, polished bezel. It comes in rose gold, black or silver, and the aircraft-grade stainless steel is matched with other metal and leather materials.

More than a watch, Moto360 lets users monitor key health and wellbeing performances, including a personalized, built-in fitness coach that keeps track of all the steps, calories and heart rate while it is on the wrist. It features ANYLIGHT Hybrid Display, GPS and Barometer, and silicon rubber.

To know more about its specs and pricing, email inquiry@msi-ecs.com.ph or call (+622) 6883501 or 3512.

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