The only significant difference between the original Moto 360 and the upcoming sequel seems to be the positioning of the button on the side. Instead of a 2 O’Clock placement on the original, Motorola has shifted the button to a 3 O’Clock position on the successor. These pics also more or less confirm that the image tweeted by Motorola recently was indeed of the Moto 360 sequel.
The Moto 360 successor is expected to launch in two different sizes this year. One of them will be a 38mm smartwatch with a 270mAh capacity battery while the other will be a larger 42mm variant with a larger 375mAh battery. Both variants could be unveiled by Motorola as soon as next month, exactly a year after the original Moto 360 was launched.