The head of the Eastern European branch of Motorola (now fully-owned by Lenovo), Gleb Mishin, has allegedly hinted that the Motorola Moto 360
will soon be succeeded by the second generation of the round Android Wear smartwatch. This was revealed at a press conference held before Russian media. His actual words are that the second generation watch might soon hit the shelves in Russian. The gadget will allegedly come with "a modified design"
, be more "beautiful"
, and "more like a watch"
, which hints us that the black bar of unused space at the bottom might see the hatchet.
Most of Motorola's new devices, such as the Moto G (2014), Moto E (2014), the Motorola-made Nexus 6, and the first-gen Moto 360 are said to arrive in Russia early next year, and Mishin said that at that time the second generation of the Android Wear wearable might break cover. What's more, it is also speculated that the device can even hit the shelves soon afterwards, but this is a rather far of a stretch, considering the relatively large time window between the announcement of the Moto 360 and its market availability.
) via Techtastic