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Moto 360 sequel spotted in the wild yet again

Motorola’s upcoming Moto 360 sequel has been caught in the wild yet again, this time on the wrist of Lenovo’s senior vice president Chen Xudong and a commuter on a train in Chicago.

In case you missed it, new spy shots of the Moto 360 sequel were recently leaked online, revealing the same ‘flat tire’ design of its predecessor. There will be two different sizes offered this year, one of them arriving in the 46.5mm size while the other one will be slightly smaller.


As we found out recently, the Moto 360 successor will begin shipping in Sweden by September 8th, which means the smartwatch could be announced by Motorola early next month, possibly at IFA 2015. No details on the specs are available so far, but it is expected that this year’s model will come with a higher resolution display and a new chipset under the hood.

Source: PhoneArena

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