Earlier this month, an FCC report indicated that Motorola may be set to offer two versions of the next Moto 360. A new image posted by the HelloMotoHK Google+ account shows what seems to be a smaller Moto 360, set alongside the original for comparison. A second image provides a clear look at the new watch's design, including the button placement at the 2 o'clock position.
If the images are legitimate, they show us how the next generation Moto 360 will differ from the one that came before. The new Moto 360 looks set to be slightly smaller than the original, with a similar round watch face. While Motorola still hasn’t officially released any details, both the 360S and 360L are listed as having Bluetooth, Bluetooth LE, and Wi-Fi connectivity, according to documents submitted to Brazilian telecoms agency Anatel.
Earlier leaks showed the new watch with a dark finish and band, while this one clearly has a silver casing and brown leather strap, indicating that Motorola will again offer a few color variations with the new watches. The new Moto 360 is expected to go up against a host of next-gen Android Wear smartwatches at the IFA trade show next week.