Many thanks to its round watch face, Moto 360 has actually done really well between Android Wear based devices. However the huge question on everybody’s thoughts today is; just what’s following after the Moto 360 from Motorola? Well, if this leak– or slide up, as we wish to call it– is anything to go by, we might have an answer.

In an effort to flaunt the globe what a ‘‘ actual’ smartwatch resembles, Lenovo Chief Executive Officer Yang Yuanqing posted a picture on Weibo of exactly what seems the next-generation Moto 360.

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Firstly, you’ll discover that the 2nd-gen Moto 360 shows up ahead in lots of various shades compared to what is being provided on the first-gen. Yet the fascinating little bit doesn’t finish there; if you look close enough, you’ll discover that the front panel of the watch is interchangeable. An additional factor that could’ve captured your interest is the reality that there are now lugs beneath the body of the watch, making it much easier to put straps into place, unlike the first-gen Moto 360.

Last but not least, if you squint your eyes a little, you’ll discover that the Moto 360 revealed off here is in 2 various sizes, similar to the Apple Watch. This is most definitely a great addition for those with big, or smaller wrists.

The image was removed from Weibo for apparent reasons, yet the message attached to it equates to the following:

“Moto 360, matching the arrival of the time of freedom, our store in the future to increase the feature of the watch store.”

If this is anything to pass, then we can be particular that the next-gen Moto 360 will be very adjustable in regards to its external equipment, i.e bands, the ring around the display screen etc.

Moto 360 2nd gen

. The most frustrating component is the black bezel kind factor under of the display. It’s still there, even after a year, and we’re amazed that the business hasn’t figured out a way to fix this. Sort of a deal breaker on an otherwise attractive smartwatch.

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