Yesterday famed leaker @evleaks shared yet another confirmation of the 2nd generation Moto 360's design. Today, @upleaks is taking things to another level. Not only do we get another glimpse at the upcoming Android Wear device, we see a second model with a plastic band.

This more casual smartwatch is the Moto 360 Sport, according to @upleaks. It looks not too dissimilar to the Sony Smartwatch 3. Only this time you have a circular display, flat tire still included.

The Moto 360 Sport lacks the visible lugs of the standard model, but it does keep the crown somewhere around 2 o'clock. @upleaks says the Chinese variant will support iOS but does not make such claims regarding the international one (but that seems increasingly likely).

The leaker says the standard Moto 360 will launch in September, with the Sport following up two months later.

Just when you think you know all there is to know about the upcoming Moto 360.

@upleaks has since shared two more images of the Moto 360, which show the underside of the device.

@upleaks has followed up with more images and specs. The smaller Moto 360 will allegedly have a 1.37" display, 42mm body, and a 20mm band. The larger model will instead have a 1.55" display, 46mm body, and a 22mm band.

As for the Moto 360 Sport, here we see that the metal frame still resides underneath the plastic band. Aspects of the device that could be useful outdoors include 3ATM water resistance, GPS, and a barometer.


And here's the same watch from another angle.