Motorola's Latest Smart Watch Gets GoldenEye 007 Health Display

GoldenEye-007-Android-Wear-Smart-Watch-AppWe're all kids at heart, right? Sure, we may not be playing GoldenEye 007 religiously on our Nintendo 64 any more, but the desire to be a secret agent never left us! Well thanks to Motorola, we may just be able to re-enact our N64 days with their latest smart watch - one with a rather familiar interface built in.

The Moto 360 is Motorola's answer to the recent wave of smart watches that have been arriving. Given that these are running Android as their stock OS - and sync up with your smartphone - there will no doubt soon be ports and features arriving on your wrist that link up to emulators and games.

As of now though, it looks like fans of the Nintendo 64 first-person-shooter are the main ones catered for when it comes to the new technology. The newly released Secret Agent Watchface on Google Play mimics the famous pause screen from GoldenEye 007 as a time display, leaving you to just worry about where the nearest Klobb is.

Source: Phandroid

Last Updated ( 09 September 2014 )  


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