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Motorola Moto 360 Successor Leaked in New Image Showing Gold Variant

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Lenovo, Motorola’s parent company, has already announced that it would be revealing the 2nd generation Moto 360 smartwatch on September 8 at an event in Shanghai. However, the leaked images and press render continue to pour in on the Web. This time, the leaked image shows the metal-version of the upcoming Moto 360 smartwatch in a new colour variant.

As per the image (seen below) leaked by @evleaks on Tuesday, the metallic version of the new Moto 360 smartwatch would also come in gold colour variant. In the previous leaks, we have seen the smartwatch with leather bands and in rose gold/silver colour version. It has been speculated that like the original Moto 360, the upcoming version might also be customisable via the Moto Maker website.

The smartwatch is also tipped to arrive in a Sport version. The recently leaked images suggested the Moto 360 ‘Sport’ version to arrive in Black, White and Orange rubber bands. The version would also act as a fitness tracker by telling users about the time taken, miles covered, speed, and even blood pressure per minute during activities. The watch would also feature a Hybrid Display for better outdoor use 3ATM (atmospheres) water resistance, GPS and barometer.

The upcoming Moto 360 smartwatch is said to come in two different sizes. The smaller version is said to sport a 1.37-inch display, 42mm body, and 20mm band, while the larger version would feature a 1.55-inch display, 46mm body and 22mm band. It has also been rumoured that while the smaller Moto 360S variant will be backed by a 270mAh battery, the larger Moto 360L would feature a larger 375mAh battery.

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