There have been several reports over the past few weeks, which suggested that Motorola is prepping up to launch the next generation Moto 360 sooner than later. After much rumors and conjectures, Motorola finally pulled the curtains off the Moto 360 successor by posting a video of the upcoming wearable via Twitter. Now a new photo coming from China shows the new gen Moto 360 being strapped alongside the original Motorola Moto 360 on the wearer's hand.
The Motorola Moto 360 sequel has been in rumors for quite a while, but a recent report about the upcoming wearable suggested two versions of the Motorola's next gen smartwatches in the making. These Motorola watches were spotted in official documents from a Brazilan certification agency that is considered equivalent to the US' FCC. As per the certifications, the new models are codenamed Moto 360S and Moto 360L, and will come with in different sizes and house different battery capacities. The codenames in themselves suggest that one of the Moto 360S will be a smaller variant while the ‘L' in 360L hint a larger variant.
Now this new photo leak give a quick look at the Moto 360S which has been compared with the Original Motorola wearable, which highlights the size difference and shows the same flat tire design on Moto 360 successor. Many fans of the Moto 360 hoped for the manufacturer to integrate a fully circular display the second time around, but by now we're almost certain that this will not be the case.
As can be seen in the photo, the Moto 360S is quite smaller in size. It seems like the company has customized the new smartwatch for those with thinner and smaller wrists. The Motorola Moto 360S is expected to have 270mAh battery inside.
Motorola Moto 360L, however, is missing from the photo. Rumors have it that Moto 360L will be equipped with a battery of 375mAh capacity.
The Motorola Moto 360L and 360S smartwatches are coming at the forthcoming IFA 2015 trade show, where Motorola may as well unveil a few more devices.