The Moto 360 is one of the best smartwatches on the market. It may not have an ultra premium version but it does almost everything any other smartwatch currently on the market can do. Well, hot on the heels of having the Moto 360 Sport leaked, Motorola are sending out invitations to officially release the second generation Moto 360.


The event will be held on September 8th, 2015 in Shanghai. Lenovo, Motorola’s parent company is headquartered in China and it appears that instead of releasing the new Moto 360 at IFA 2015, they’ll release it at their own event in their home country.

In the teaser we can see the top half of the smartwatch, but the bottom is covered up. One of the most hotly debated aspects of the first generation Moto 360 has been the “flat tire” at the bottom of the screen which stores video drivers. We’ll have to see if the black bar returns or if it goes the way of the Dodo.

Also interesting is that the Moto 360 pictured is gold. We haven’t seen leaks of a gold Moto 360 so far. However we have seen leaks of the aforementioned sport edition today as well as black and stainless steel.

If you don’t need to wait for the launch event to secure your second generation Moto 360, you do have the option to pre-order now.

Source: PocketNow via Phone Arena, Gizmochina

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