Motorola is widely expected to unveil its next-generation Moto 360 at IFA in Berlin this week. The forthcoming smartwatch has yet again been spotted online, all but confirming that it will be available in two sizes.
Leakster @Evleaks has shared the above photo of the two Moto 360 variants. It is in line with recent reports claiming that Motorola is taking Apple’s path in launching the smartwatch in two sizes for different sized wrists. It also confirms the relocated physical button, which is now placed at 2 o’ clock, having moved from the 3 o’ clock position on the previous generation Moto 360. The renders also show a metal strap, and a leather strap, confirming more customization options.
The next-generation Moto 360 has made quite a few appearances online in the past couple of weeks. From being accidentally teased on Twitter, photographed by bystanders near Motorola headquarters, to being mistakenly posted on Weibo by Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing, the Moto 360 has been spotted at various places.
There’s hardly any information on the smartwatch’s specifications, but reports claim that it will feature a 270mAh and 300mAh battery depending on the size. It will be unveiled at IFA this week, and is likely to be launched sometime before the end of this year.