Next-Gen Moto 360 To Come in Two Different Sizes, Colors and Bands
We’ve already heard that the next-gen Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch will come in two different size options. Thanks to @upleaks, we now know about the sizes of these upcoming wearable gadgets.
The smaller model which could be called Moto 360S should offer a circular display measuring 1.37 inches, and a 20mm wristband. As for the larger one dubbed Moto 360L, this should feature a 1.55-inch circular screen, and a 22mm wristband – thus being almost the size of the first-gen Moto 360 which sports a 1.56-inch screen.
Both of the two new displays are expected to have 360 x 360 pixels resolutions.
In addition to that, the prominent serial leaker Evan Blass (known as @evleaks on Twitter) has leaked what appears to be an official press render of the second generation Moto 360. The render shows the new Moto 360 in two different colors as well as two different bands.
The leak reveals that one of the models will sport completely blacked out hardware, including the meta wrist band, whereas the other pairs a silver motif with a leather wrist band.
Besides the Moto 360S and Moto 360L, Motorola might also release a fitness-focused Moto 360 Sport. Twitter user @upleaks recently posted a series of photos showing off the Moto 360 Sport in three diffrent color options: black, white, and orange.
All three new Moto 360 variants are expected to be officially announced later this week at IFA 2015 in Berlin. While the 360S and 360L might go on sale in September, the 360 Sport is said to be launched in November.
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