AH Weekly Poll: Would You Buy The New Moto 360?

The second generation Moto 360 from Motorola has still not been officially announced, but it has popped up in a few leaks recently, which might mean the announcement is getting closer. Not too long ago Motorola posted a tweet to their Twitter account with a video that showed off someone utilizing the watches voice activated features, and in it there was an image of what appeared to be the new Moto 360 sporting a slightly updated design with the band connected to the watch case by lugs instead of being tucked into the back of the case. This was enough to convince some that this must be the new Moto 360 design.

Earlier this morning a few images popped up which appear to have show the best look at the yet unannounced device yet, as what seems like the new version of the watch was spotted in Chicago on two separate occasions being worn out in the wild by different individuals. One watch appeared to have a black case with a black leather band, while the other appeared to have a gold case with a cognac brown leather band, suggesting this version too will have some customization options available. In addition, these watches seemed to be in full working order which could mean they're nearly ready for release, but could also still be going through internal testing by employees. The most recent leak showed what looked to be the watch casing by itself with no display, designed exactly as the case on the fully built models spotted on the streets. Whatever the situation may be, it seems Motorola is close to launching the new watch with an updated design. If the image above is the new watch, would you buy it?

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