The Moto 360’s design has set it above all the smartwatches making it one of the most desirable first-generation Android wear devices. Motorola has been always keen with the design of its smartphones and watches, so it would be natural for the any Android fan to look forward to see the next generation Moto devices. If you haven’t observed, Motorola is playing safe in the market by launching the revamped versions of its popular devices like Moto G, Moto E, Moto X and now it’s time for the next generation Moto 360.

The new Moto 360 renders have once again surfaced the news, and this time the purported renders come from the popular ex-leakster Evan Blass (twitter: @evleaks). Although these renders add little to earlier leaks, the latest image confirms the two different colors and bands which were rumored earlier. Compared to the 1st generation Moto 360, the new leak shows a slight redesign of the watch which externalizes the strap lug and moves the physical button to the 2 o’clock position.

However, the new design seems more aesthetic and stylish which brings more glory to the Moto smartwatches. The new Moto 360 was rumored to come in two variants, one with metal band and the other with leather band. This new leak falls in line with the earlier leaks and also comes from a well reputed leakster, so we think this is what the final 2nd generation Moto 360 would look like when it’s announced.

Moreover, the new Moto 360 will come in two size variants which are rumored to be 360S and 360L. So, we’re still expecting to see the other size variant of the Moto 360. But it’s highly impossible to guess whether the new leaks are for Moto 360S or L until there’s something to scale. We’re expecting to see the new Moto 360 later this week at IFA 2015 in Berlin but until then you need settle with the current renders and we will keep digging some new leaks and renders of Moto 360.

Meanwhile, are you planning on buying the new Moto 360? Let us know about your thoughts about the new renders in the comments section below.

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