Moto 360 SmartWatch is the first wearable offering from Google-owned device maker Motorola Mobility. The smartwatch is fully integrated with its hugely popular operating system Android. Physically, the watch features a classic round shaped dial. Its integration with Android allows it to deliver notifications from your phone directly on your watch. You can view updated information such as current city temperature, calendar reminders, turn-by-turn navigation and so much more by just a glance on the wrist. The elegant Android wearable offers classic watch themes as well. For instance you can choose an analogue dial with Roman time markers to make your digital smartwatch look like a 70s classic. The possibilities are limitless. You can also select themes with multiple internal dials for date, day, seconds timer etc. Although, Motorola is keeping mum regarding specs and features of the Moto 360 until its official release (expected in September 2014), some credible leaks suggest that the gadget will come with a 1.5-inch backlit LCD coated with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The watch screen will feature a 320 x 290 pixel resolution and 205ppi pixel density. Other expected specs include - always-on screen with power saving dimming mode, flipping UI to switch the physical watch knob to whichever side you want it to be, Qi-wireless charging support, compatibility with Android OS v4.3 (Jelly Bean) or above and Ip67 rating for water proofing up to one meter immersion underwater for 30 minutes.