Motorola’s new Moto 360 smartwatch leaks on Twitter
The watches show up in what look to be white, orange and black rubber straps. It’s not yet clear if you’ll be able to swap out bands if you want to class-up your sport version. The sportier Moto 360 will launch in November, but the second-gen “regular” Moto 360 will come out in September, according to Twitter leaker Upleaks.
Having two versions of the same watch is very similar to Apple’s smartwatch strategy, and the similarities don’t stop there: In addition to creating a separate sport version of its upcoming smartwatch, the new Moto 360 is expected to come in two sizes and at least two different finishes — just like the Apple Watch.
The leak also unveiled a few previously unseen case and strap combos for classier traditional Moto 360.
Though official details are scant, it’s likely the watches will be among the first to officially support the iPhone, along with their fancier leather and metal-clad cousins.
So when will we find out official details behind Motorola’s upcoming wearables? That’s not quite clear yet. But the steady stream of leaks of late could mean that info is coming soon.