As it stands, the next-generation Moto 360 has been teased a couple of times. The first by the CEO of Lenovo several months ago, and most recently by the official Motorola Twitter account, which tweeted out a render showcasing the upcoming wearable. Still, Motorola hasn’t made the newest Moto 360 official by any means, so spotting it out in the wild is pretty exciting.
According to several eye witnesses, the 2015 edition of the Moto 360 is currently being tested out in the wilds of Chicago, Illinois, where Motorola’s headquarters reside. As noted in the images, put together by Droid-Life, the Moto 360 (2015) has been seen with a cognac band and a Rose Gold casing, along with an all-black collection, with a black band and a black case.
In the images, we can see that the physical button has been repositioned to the 2 o’clock slot, and the lugs have also been redesigned in an effort to make band switching even easier. The “flat tire” is still present on the round watch face, though, for better or worse.
Now that you’ve seen the watch put together and on a few wrists, what do you think of the new Moto 360?