Motorola’s upcoming smartwatch, the Moto 360 2nd gen watch has been photographed in multiple leaks.
The first one, is from the above image, which shows a woman sporting the Moto 360 v2. The photo was snapped by a redditor who happened to pass by that side, in Chicago.
The following two images were taken on a train, in Chicago, this is no coincidence, as Motorola is based in Chicago. So, this is undoubtedly the real watch.
The first of the above two images, shows the “Moto” logo in the watch’s dial.
As you may have observed there is something different about the Moto 360 2nd Gen. Yes, the straps and the lugs (the place where the strap is connected).
In comparison, this is the original Moto 360, which is lug-less:
Let’s take a closer look at the new Moto 360 v2’s lugs, thanks to the case leaked by another redditor, who represents a company based in China. Apparently they manufacture bands for the Pebble smartwatch, and phone cases.
The lugs give the Moto 360 2nd gen, a very ancient look, and note the button hole has been moved slightly in the new watch’s case. The original Moto 360 had the button at the 3 o’clock position, while the new one has it at 2 o’clock.
The watch’s case is made of Stainless Steel, with bead-blasted finish, the leaker revealed, adding that the lugs support straps/bands which are 22mm.
via: Android Police