Moto 360 2nd Gen might come in two variants after all!

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The world is becoming “Smart” these days with more devices get added to keep the things connected. After smartphones, one other gadget that excited the world was smartwatches. Motorola was one of the first to jump into the boat with Moto 360 which did a good job in attracting users with its classic spherical design! The company is coming back this year with a Moto 360 2nd Gen  with two variants and for a obvious reason we believe!

Few days back, Anatel a Brazilian regulatory body that’s similar to the FCC in the US gave a hint about the presence of two moto 360 models. They were tagged as 360L and 360S. But the regulatory listing didn’t mention about the devices’ identities. However, as it is from Motorola and “360” in it clearly declared itself as a smartwatch.

Motorola 360S and 360L FCC

The L and S in nomenclature might be indicating the large and small version of Moto 360 2nd gen. The Anatel listing gave away little information about the device. Unsurprisingly, it comes with Bluetooth LE and WiFi b/g/n. There is also a mention about the battery pack of these two variants – 270mAh in the 360S and 375mAh in the 360L. There isn’t much different from the 1st gen Moto 360 which had 320mAh battery. Also, 1st gen had 46mm dial diameter, which was really big. Thus the Moto 360S comes into picture for smaller wrists.

Moto 360 Android Wear 2015

We even got a leaked image of both the variants of Moto 360 2nd gen today, courtesy of HelloMotoHK account. This clearly depicts the size variations.

Also, an image from China’s social media website, Webio suggest about the possible Moto 360L smartwatch when compared to the above image.

There is also a rumor about ASUS, Huawei, LG, and Motorola going to IFA 2015 to introduce new Android Wear smartwatches this year. We hope to see Moto 360 2nd gen getting unveiled in Berlin.




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