New Moto 360-Smartwatch May Be Just Around the Corner

The next Moto 360-watch from Motorola is not far away from a launch after the official product information pops up.

Motorola will soon present its next Moto 360-smartwatch with Android Wear-operating system, which must follow up on the success of the first generation of the clock from last year, writes the Droid-Life.

It reveals new information appears in an official database of all devices with Bluetooth technology built in.

Since 11 September. may have the next clock appeared on the website, together with Bluetooth 4.1 specification shows the model number BTMW03. Last year’s Moto 360 have model number BTMW01, which is something near a confirmation that there is talk about the sequel.

The registration is an indication that there is not a long time, the Agency is ready for presentation, since the last approvals and records with a wide range of bodies must be submitted. Last year’s Moto 360 appeared on the website just a few days before Motorola announced, when the clock could be purchased.

Speculation goes then on whether Motorola will show the clock forward to this year’s Google i/o event, which takes place from the 28. and 29. may just as was the case last year. If it’s going to happen, will soon prove, since there are only two weeks into the great Google event kicks off.


Get information about the clock so far

Motorola has managed to keep the cards quite close to the body, as there is only a single blurry image slipped out on the Chinese site Weibo, which shows watch box separated from the strap.

And then there was, of course, also the Director of Lenovo, which now owns Motorola, who came to share a photo on the same Chinese website. The picture shows a suitcase with a long list of loose parts to the new clock – both straps, watch cases and metal parts.

It turns out that there is both a small and large version on the way, which may well get the sizes 38 and 42 mm, as with Apple Watch. Strap on the smaller version is also significantly narrower than normal, which sits on the current Moto 360-watch.