It’s common knowledge by now that Motorola will soon be launching a new smartwatch, the successor to the original Moto 360 smartwatch. There have already been many leaks related to the new Moto 360, we have seen multiple leaked images and read reports about the specifications it’s likely going to have. Today fresh new renders of the upcoming smartwatch have leaked online leaving no doubt in our minds precisely what the device really looks like.

These renders have been leaked by none other than the infamous Twitter leaker @evleaks who has a pretty solid track record when it comes to these things, he posted these renders on Twitter earlier today.

As compared to the original smartwatch the new Moto 360 appears to have a slightly different design with a physical button being placed at the 2 o’clock position and an external strap lug.

Motorola’s new smartwatch is expected to come in two different case colors and bands, recent reports suggest that it may also come in two different sizes, images of which were also leaked recently.

The company is yet to confirm when it’s going to unveil the new smartwatch but seeing as how the IFA 2015 show is just around the corner, it’s possible that an announcement might be made in Berlin this week.

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