New Moto 360 spotted around town in Chicago

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Motorola is expected to introduce the 2nd generation Moto 360 very soon. Already we have seen multiple leaks, dating back as far as March of this year. We pretty much know what the device will look like. Many are upset that Motorola has made minimal changes, only adding some lugs, moving the power button, and keeping the “flat tire” on the bottom of the watch. Today a few pictures surfaced online of the 2nd gen Moto 360 being worn around Chicago-Motorola’s US headquarters. The pictures show a black model with black band and a rose gold model with brown or cognac band. The lugs and the power button look identical to the aforementioned leaks.

It seems neither photographer thought they should ask the wearer about the watch-how rude that would be indeed! We clearly notice that the black bar is still present, which is going to be incredibly disappointing for some, including myself. If this is indeed the new Moto 360 we shouldn’t be too far off from an official announcement from Motorola. I think I will stick with my LG Watch Urbane if this ends up being the final product from Motorola. Anyone else interested in the new 360, even if it has a flat tire? Hit us with your thoughts in the comments!

Source: reddit and Google+

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