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New Moto 360 and Motorola X Style now available to pre-order

Reminding folk that there’s more happening today than just the release of iOS 9, Motorola has just placed the Moto X Style and second-gen Moto 360 up for pre-order.

The company’s 5.7in smartphone, which was unveiled in the summer alongside the excellent Moto G 3 and Moto X Play, is now available through Motorola’s website, at £399 for the 32GB model.

Fast-charging capabilities and a huge range of customisation options are two of its headline features, plus it also squeezes in a QHD display, a 21-megapixel main camera and the Snapdragon 808 processor paired with 3GB of RAM.

What we expect to cause the biggest ripples, however, is the revamped Moto 360, which is listed at £229.

Launched at IFA at the start of the month, the Android Wear timepiece has attracted plenty of attention, and goes head to head with the Apple Watch for smartwatch supremacy.

Looking very similar to its predecessor – which, unfortunately, includes the infamous “flat-tyre” effect – Motorola is hoping that sheer variety helps to lure in customers.

Not only can you choose between the Men’s, Women’s and Sport models, but you can even pick your perfect straps, bezels and colours.

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Right now, however, metal-banded versions of the Moto 360 2 aren’t yet available. Motorola says that they’re coming soon.

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