You need to complete your design by properly choosing one of the 11 watch faces. After you have received your watch, it’s then easy to swap among the watch faces from Google Play or Moto Maker collection. Before the Moto 360, Motorola’s customization options were only limited to their flagship phones, the Moto G, and Moto X second-generation devices.
Yang Yuanqing, the CEO of Lenovo and the new parent company of Motorola, posted an image on Weibo, a Chinese social media website. It shows a range of smartwatches displayed in various states of assembly. According to popular speculations, it seems that this might be the full accidental disclosure of the upcoming Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch.
The first 360 was released last year and comprised of a stainless steel body with a round display and futuristic feature. In spite of all that, the watch still retained a traditional appearance. According to a report on HotHardware, the image depicts the new 360 smartwatch with a similar exposed-lug, traditional design.
Due to this, it is customizable with a variety of straps. Unlike its predecessor, the smartwatch also features a ‘flat tire’ display. The Moto 360 of last year featured an ambient light sensor and display driver in the form of a crescent-shaped cut-out located at the bottom of the display. It was the most criticized design aspect of this smartwatch.
Stay tuned for more updates on the Motorola Moto 360!