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Moto X Style and new Moto 360 up for pre-order in the UK

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Motorola's latest and greatest are now available to pre-order in the UK. Following the Moto X Play, you can now spend your hard-earned cash on the Moto X Style, which currently has an estimated delivery date of October 6th. The bigger and more powerful brother to the X Play, it features a 5.7-inch QHD display, a 21-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1.8GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor. Slapped on top is a practically stock Android experience -- save for a few Moto-exclusive apps and features -- and the option to customise your phone through Moto Maker. The phone starts from £399, although you'll pay an extra £35 for the 64GB model and another £20 if you want a leather or wood back.

If you're happy with the handset in your pocket, you might want to consider a new timepiece instead. Google has been steadily improving Android Wear, and now you can put all of those updates to good use with the second-generation Moto 360. Unlike last year's model, it comes in a few different shapes and sizes -- 42mm and 46mm models designed for men, and another 42mm model aimed at women. Each can be put through Moto Maker, with a variety of cases, bands and bezel designs to choose from. It starts at £229 for the men's 42mm, before rising to £259 for the women's 42mm and finally £269 for the 46mm. Motorola's estimated delivery time is September 29th, so like the Moto X Style, you'll be waiting at least a couple of weeks before either order arrives on your doorstep.

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