Smartwatches are everywhere these days. Every manufacturer either has one already available on the market or at least planning on bringing one to market. In fact, many manufacturers are already on (or working on) their second generation smartwatches like Samsung, LG and Motorola. So much so that you are quite likely to see a smartwatch anywhere you go these days. Even on a Chicago train.
That said, one eagle eyed spotted has noticed something very interesting this morning on a Chicago train, as the individual may have just spotted the second generation Moto 360 in the wild. The image does look a lot like recent renders that have been doing the rounds and highlight that the home button has changed places. In fact, according to Gerrit G¶decke (the eagle eyed spotter), the new Moto 360 does look quite a lot like the previous generation smartwatch. And for those wondering, G¶decke does confirm that it looks like the flat tire is back in play with the new Moto 360. Which again is something which had recently been suggested through leaked images. The most recent of which came through about a week ago and does show a striking resemblance to the device spotted today. Therefore, whether you like the new Moto 360 does seem to be highly dependent on how much you liked the first generation watch.
There is quite a significant anticipation for the follow up Moto 360 device and this is largely due to the popularity of the original device. Therefore a real life image will be one which will cause a good deal of attention. Of course, it is not a surprise to see one floating about around this time. It has been highly expected that the next gen Moto 360 will make an appearance at this year's IFA event in Berlin, which is just around the corner. Not to mention, it was recently spotted passing through the FCC, which is always a good indicator that the launch is coming up pretty soon. Either way, with IFA just around the corner it won't be too long until we do find out if this is the Moto 360 and what other differences the device offers.