Motorola Moto 360 Successor Leaks Through Bluetooth Certification

    Last month, rumours of a Motorola-made smartwatch with a round display started making the rounds, but now there's more concrete info on the alleged device thanks to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group.

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    Moto 360 Successor Leaks Through Bluetooth Certification

    The alleged device listed over at the official Bluetooth SIG website bears the model number BTMW03, while the original Moto 360 has the model number BTMW01. It seems that Motorola, a Lenovo company, is about to release the successor to the original Moto 360.

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    When Motorola introduced the Moto 360, the timepiece was met with doubt from the tech community. Many called the device illogical on arrival, claiming users would not want to use a smartwatch.

    Moto 360 Successor Leaks Through Bluetooth Certification

    Motorola, however, proved its competitors wrong when a report had claimed that the device proved to be a hit among consumers, although Motorola never verified the reports. Being the first ever Android Wear watch, the Moto 360 would remain an iconic device.

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    Lenovo's chief executive recently posted a picture to social media showing a suitcase full of watch accessories, before quickly removing the image, however, it was allegedly captured by a group of tech websites.

    Moto 360 Successor Leaks Through Bluetooth Certification

    It's being reported that Motorola may come up with the legitimate successor to the Moto 360 soon. So far we don't know much about the Moto 360 successor, but given Motorola's eagerness to capture a respectable share in the wearable market, we're expecting the watch to be showcased later this month at Google I/O in San Francisco.


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