If all the new Moto 360 pictures and a small video revealed by Motorola itself over the past few weeks were not enough, renders of the upcoming Motorola smartwatch surfaced on Twitter today courtesy of not-quite-retired leakster @evleaks.
This latest leak reveals nothing new. We again see the new case design with the external lugs and crown now at the 2 o’clock position. The “flat tire” bar at the bottom of the display is not prevalent as we have seen on past pictures but it is still there – You can see that the 6 o’clock marker is much shorter than the others.
.@RDR0b11 Mine too pic.twitter.com/ODeN2ou72Y
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) August 30, 2015
Both models are of the same size but we expect Motorola to unveil both large (360L) and small (360S) models this time around.
One online retailer recently revealed potential pricing for the new Moto 360. If correct, the larger model will sell for US$392.49 (about CA$520) while the smaller one is set to go for US$326.99 (about CA$447).
All these leaks suggest that Motorola is close to making the new Moto 360 official. With IFA 2015 set to take place in mere days, it would certainly be an appropriate venue to make such an announcement.