Motorola's Moto 360 smartwatch is probably the most anticipated smartwatch of the year, at the very least for the Android crowd, and today Motorola has been having a special listed event for the press to see the watch up close and personal to get some one on one and hands on time with the device. The Moto 360 was shown off back at Google I/O but there was very limited exposure. This event happening today is also supposed to be behind closed doors and all images have been reportedly placed under an NDA agreement until tomorrow when Motorola is supposed to be announcing and unveiling the Moto 360 alongside the new Moto X, Moto G, and a new Bluetooth headset.
The watch has been rumored to get a launch at IFA which officially starts tomorrow, although it was previously thought to be getting an earlier summertime release sometime soon after Google I/O. We don't have long to wait before Motorola officially shows off all their brand new products, but someone named WearWizard had gone ahead and apparently broke the NDA agreement and has leaked some Moto 360 images online prior to tomorrow's public release.
These leaked images were posted and leaked on WearWizard's website,(of the same name)who has also re-posted things to Google+. You can find the leaked images from WearWizard below and the source link to the original page at the bottom of this post. The images don't reveal a ton of stuff, but they do show off the Moto 360 sitting on the charging cradle without the band attached, with a couple of the images showing the screen turned on and others showing simply a black display, assuming that screen is either asleep or the watch is off. While we have already seen much of the 360 in all its glory, presumably there were some things here that weren't supposed to be unveiled until tomorrow, like the charging cradle perhaps, although that had previously leaked online last month. Motorola had confirmed that while they aren't officially showing things off today, tomorrow when they take the wraps off everything they will be hosting things through a livestream and having a hangout with a live Q and A session for anyone wanting to ask questions.