Moto 360 2 aka 2nd generation or Moto 360 2015 is has broken cover by featuring in a listing at the Bluetooth SIG. It was gathered that a listing for Motorola Android device that has model number BTMW03 (the model number for the original Moto 360 was BTMW01) has appeared at the Bluetooth SIG for certification.
It is for anybody to deduce as to whether this development that the Moto 360 2nd generation will be receiving a public inauguration at Google I/Q 2015 – which may be much likely or in the days to come. However, the truth of the matter is that you will be seeing Moto 360 2 sooner, rather than later.
Images of Moto 360 2nd Generation
An image reportedly showing the next generation Moto 360 2 recently appeared on Weibo. The validity of this image cannot be ascertained as well as the accompanied information that Moto 360 2nd generation screen will actually feature 360 by 360 pixel resolution, getting rid of the disreputable flat tyre as well as upping the pixel density in the course.
Motorola may well be on track to regain the spotlight in the Smartwatch stakes, if it has actually managed to make a smaller Moto 360 with a fully circular display. This new image looks as if it will show a diverse strap add-on mechanism than the earlier image. Furthermore, the new image also appears show a little different physical button, even though many different designs are likely being considered in the prototype stage.
The earlier image became visible on the HelloMotoHK community page on Facebook, supposedly showing an image initially posted on Weibo by Yang Yuanqing, the Chief Executive of Lenovo. It cannot be ascertained whether it is lawful or not, but it reveals dissimilar colored lugs and frames, components of a travel case for a round smartwatch with several straps in two sizes as well as two distinctive sizes of watch face.
It can safely be said that the next smartwatch from Motorola will definitely be a Moto 360 2nd generation and not an exclusively new model. Kudos to a comment credited to Ric Osterloh, Motorola Mobility President at MWC 2015. Ric Osterloh reassured his conviction that a round watch face is the accurate factor for a smartwatch, when asked what he thought of the recently announced Huawei Watch.
Moreover, Andrienne Hayes who is the Motorola’s Global Marketing and Communication SVP, really established that the upcoming Moto 360 will be smaller that the foremost edition. She was not actually saying whether that means a thinner profile or simply a smaller diameter, but what she said was that those who thought that the original Moto 360 was too big will be happier next time around.
Despite the fact that it is not possible to say for sure that things might not change between now and the time Moto 360, 2nd generation appears, it is quite secure to say that Motorola is taking note to the feedback and is looking to further perfect and already very well accepted wearable. The Moto 360 2015 edition will have as well learned a lot from the failures and successes of the other smartwatches presently on the market.