Best Buy updated its website last weekend with details about Motorola’s unreleased Moto 360 smartwatch, despite the company’s efforts to keep the specs quiet ahead of its launch.

The smartwatch is expected to introduce next month at a Motorola press event on September 4. A leaked Best Buy product catalog shows that the most anticipated gadget will cost $249.99 when it hits the shelves.

Best Buy removed the page from its website by Monday morning, one day after the details first became visible on A Best Buy spokesperson confirmed media that the listing was accidentally made public and was taken down once the mistake was noticed.

Expectedly, the listing shows the Moto 360 as “coming soon.”  The leaked prices fall right in line with a previous reports, suggesting that the smartwatch would certainly be priced at $249.

Additionally, the Best Buy listing reveals info about the specs of the Moto 360. It includes 1.5” LCD display with a resolution of 320 x 290 pixels,Texas Instruments processor and Gorilla Glass 3. It also features built-in heart rate monitor, and built-in pedometer, all inserted into a waterproof stainless steel body with plastic case back.

Moto 360 is all set to launch on September 4 alongside the Moto X+1 and an updated Moto G. We will be covering the event live from Chicago, so be sure to tune in for the full scoop on the device.