Motorola has been doing all sorts of stuffs under cover for the past few days. It all started with the tweet on the launch date of the Moto X Style Pure Edition on Twitter - and minutes later the company brought down the tweet. And now Moto has posted a short video showcasing the new Moto 360 smartwatch (2nd gen).
Additionally a new listing on Anatel, Federal Telecom website of Brazil reveals that the Lenovo-owned company might have not one but two variants of their smartwatch in the making - dubbed the Moto 360S and Moto 360L. First spotted by 9to5Google, the Moto 360S is sport a 270mAh battery, while the Moto 360L dons a 375mAh one.
This however may indicate that the 'S' and 'L' might stands for small and large - based on the battery capacities of the listed models. According to the FCC listing, the smartwatch comes with FCC ID IHDT6UA1 and is a wrist-worn device with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Just like the previous incident of the accidental tweet on Moto X Style, Motorola on Friday posted a short video for a few seconds on its Twitter page (removed) stating that, "#Moto360 helps you find the important things in life. Like a wardrobe for @TinyIndianaJones."
Thankfully though, Android Police succeded to grab the video during those few minutes. Have a look at the video yourself to find more about the new smartwatch.