Moto 360 V2 Is Coming On September 8

Posted: Sep 1 2015, 11:23am CDT | by , in News


Moto 360 v2 is Coming on September 8

Lenovo confirms the New Moto 360 launch on September 8

As per Lenovo, "It’s time." Time for what? The launch of new Moto 360 (second gen) obviously.

The picture which highlights that opening quote alongside a picture of the new Moto 360 rising up out of water was posted on Lenovo's official Weibo account today.

The picture is an event invitation with a date of September 8. From the date we can only assume that it is the day Lenovo plans to announce the new Moto 360.

Remember that this new watch has been spotted various times over the previous week. This picture also gives us a peek at its 2-o'clock button, though we've seen the watch plenty of times already.

There is dependably a chance that Motorola has chosen last minute to move away from an IFA’s big appearance as well.

In any case, we ought to know something, in some way or another, about the new Moto 360 within the following 7 days.

Taking into account recent rumors, the upcoming Moto 360 will be accessible in two sizes. There is a Sport version also in progress.

The standard model builds on the configuration of the first-gen variant. It offers more conventional lug mounts and a side button that is situated higher up the side.

The Sport version seems to be similar in appearance. But, it is with an elastic strap that is non-removable.

This information is similar to the September 8 launch which was mistakenly leaked by Swedish stores. It means that the prices were right too.

The cost will be$460/€400 for the 46.5mm model and $350/€305 for the smaller model. Motorola will be sharing all the details next week.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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