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Moto 360 (2015) Customization Renders Leak Online

September 1, 2015 - Written By John Anon

The Moto 360 2015 has been one of the most talked about devices of the last few months and with the run up to IFA, the speculation around the latest smartwatch from Motorola has intensified greatly. This all climaxed earlier this morning, when it became officially known that the Moto 360 2015 will be unveiled on September 8th. However, what to expect from the latest smartwatch has been widely reported on during the speculation period and as such has left little to the imagination. There has been a ton of reports coming through detailing the likes of the specs, the dimensions and the most recent report (which landed this morning) detailed that a third variant, the Moto 360 Sport, is likely to arrive late in the year and sporting a Hybrid Display. A display which is purpose designed for outdoor use. Not to mention, there has also been an abundance of images and renders in the speculation period too, essentially confirming the watch from all angles including a number of its more functional changes like the moving of the home button to the 2 o’clock position.

Well, the latest on this last point, the images, is that some new renders are now doing the rounds on Twitter and showing the customization options which will be available with the Moto 360 2015. The latest renders come courtesy of @evleaks who has already been widely active on the Moto 360 (2nd Gen) scene, as well as many others recently.

Needless to say, the renders above do seem to show that the Moto 360 will be available in a variety of styles and options and will look to capitalize on the level of customization which Motorola has become known for. Not to mention, will follow on from the level of customization on offer with the first Moto 360. Although, the renders all show what seems to be the same sized watch, it has become known that as well as the rumored Sport edition, the standard Moto 360 will be available in two size variants, a standard ‘S’ (or small) size and a larger (L) sized watch. Either way, with the announcement due in a matter of days, it won’t be long until all details (and customization options) become officially confirmed.