A brand new and extra stylish-looking Moto 360 smartwatch is coming. How do we all know? Because they’ve reportedly been noticed on wrists in Chicago.
Reddit consumer ThatGuyWhoRuinedIt and Google+ consumer Gerrit Gödecke (as collected by way of Droid-Life) have each posted pictures of what seems to be the second-generation model of Motorola’s Android Wear-based smartwatch.
Motorola recently launched the Moto G (2015), Moto X Play and the Moto X Style at its event, but there was no word about much-anticipated smartwatch. While everyone is waiting for the next-gen Moto 360, it’s reportedly been spotted in Chicago, near Motorola Headquarters.
Spotted by Google+ user Gerrit Gödecke has posted photos of the luxurious looking smartwatch that appears to be the next-gen Motorola smartwatch running on Android Wear OS.
As you’ll be able to see within the pictures above, the second-gen Moto 360 seems to be sleeker. It’s nonetheless received a spherical show, however it seems to be extra snug to put on. (Not that the first-gen Moto 360 is not cozy.) The photographs present the wearable has watch lugs just like the LG G Watch R and Watch Urbane, which ought to make it simpler to swap out bands.
The spy photographs spy photographs aren’t the clearest, however we will clearly make out leather-based bands and the “flat tire” a.k.a. “the slice” (the black part on the underside of the show).
This is not the first time we’ve heard about the Moto 360 successor. Some earlier reports suggested that the next-gen Motorola smartwatch would come in two sizes. That’s not all; a couple of weeks ago, Motorola had accidently teased a video of its upcoming smartwatch on Twitter before quickly deleting it.
In terms of specifications, we’re not sure what to expect, but some reports point to a 270mAh and 300mAh battery for the two sizes. The Moto 360 was launched last year in September at the IFA and with this year’s event coming closer, it might be the right time for Motorola to celebrate one-year anniversary while announcing the most anticipated next-gen smartwatch.
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