While Motorola hasn’t officially announced a successor to last year’s Moto 360, the wearable is about ready to find its successor shown off on stage.
Of course, leaks and other things have shown us tidbits of the new Moto 360 in the past, including a quick tease from the CEO of Lenovo, and even a deleted tweet from Motorola that showcased a render of the device. But now the wearable has reportedly been seen in the wild of Chicago, Illinois, where Motorola houses its headquarters. There have reportedly been several sightings of the new Moto 360 recently, including one with an all-black band and casing combination, along with a cognac band and Rose Gold casing.
As Droid-Life points out, the watches in the images are showing a newly-designed Moto 360, with the physical button now positioned at the two o’clock spot, along with new lugs for easy band replacements. The “flat tire” at the bottom of the round display is still there, though.
There’s no word on when Motorola might announce the new Moto 360, but hopefully it will be soon.