Last week thanks to photos that made their way online, the next-gen Moto 360 was spotted in the wild, giving us a glimpse as to what the wearable would look like in real life. Now thanks to new photos, more real life images of the next-gen Moto 360 have surfaced, and this time one of them is being shown off on the wrist of a Lenovo executive.
That being said we suppose it shouldn’t really come as a surprise that a Lenovo exec would be able to get his hands on the Moto 360, but like we said real life photos do help with giving us an idea of what to expect. So far it pretty much confirms what we know about how the smartwatch looks so far.
This includes the use of larger lugs which the previous Moto 360 did not feature. It also shows off potential designs and strap combinations. For example in the previous photos, it showed off a gold and black Moto 360 with a tan and black leather strap, but in this case we are looking at a silver Moto 360 with a tan leather strap instead.
No word on when Motorola will be officially announcing their next-gen Moto 360, but IFA is kicking off next week so there is a good chance we might learn more then, if not at a later event in the year, but either way do check back with us at a later date for the details. In the meantime who else is digging what they see?