With IFA 2015 in Berlin rapidly approaching, and the expected launch of the 2nd Generation Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch, MobileFun have made pre-orders of the device available and have announced their pricing.

The Moto 360 2nd Generation is expected to be offered in 3 different variations: the first is sized at 46.5mm with a cognac leather band which is available for $392.49, and a smaller variant of the watch for $326.99 – one in dark stainless steel and the other in light stainless steel.

Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen – Cognac Leather – $392.49

Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen – Light Stainless Steel – $326.99

Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen – Dark Stainless Steel – $326.99

The larger variant of the Moto 360 2nd Gen comes with a bigger 375mAh battery, whilst the smaller one comes with a 270mAh battery.

We’ve already seen the smartwatch in all its glory taking a stroll round Chicago and can see that the wake button has been moved to the 2 o’clock position, presumably to avoid accidental presses. The ‘flat tyre’ on the Moto 360 2nd Gen still remains so for those hoping for a fully-circular display will have to look elsewhere.

Will you be pre-ordering the Moto 360 2nd Gen?

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  1. I may buy a 1st Gen 360 for $150 even with the flat. Otherwise I’ll wait for some of the other full inflated 2nd Gen watches before going round…

  2. Unless the second generation is VASTLY improved over the first, there’s no way, especially if the flat tire remains. I can buy a first generation with leather or stainless band for $149 at Best Buy.

  3. I still don’t understand why there has to be a flat tyre look when other round smartwatches exist without it. I think I’ll be sticking with my 1st gen Moto 360.

    • Because of the ambient light sensor. If they were to move that, the bezels would have to be bigger which would ruin the whole look of it. I would much rather have a flat tire than have a watch without auto lighting

      • But why does it need to be on the main face of the watch. It could be on the side next to the physical button right? Especially if it was on the edge that would be closest on the outside of the wrist.

  4. i dont see what the big deal is about the flat tire, it is there because there is a sensor in it that picks up you hand for muting the screen etc. i dont see why people are bithcing. it you want to to have thick bezels like the zen watch or samsung then it would be ungly. the fact it has virtuall no bezels is the trade off to have this stuff packed somewhere. get over the “flat tire” its no big deal.. ill take that ve haing monstorous bezels.

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