Motorola is almost certainly about to introduce a new Moto 360 smartwatch, a model we’ve already seen pop up in leaks, featured in regulatory paperwork, and even spotted out in the real world. But for as imminent as the new wearable feels, there are still a good number of details we’ve yet to see fleshed out for the smartwatch, including the the full picture on size options and retail pricing. It may take us until Motorola’s official launch announcement to see all our questions answered, but this week we get an early inkling of what we might expect, as one retailer publishes pre-order listings for the new Moto 360.

MobileFun has pages up for a few different materials options for the new Moto 360, at two price points that appear to coincide with the rumored large and small sizes we’ve been expecting. We see a stainless steel second-gen Moto 360 priced at about $327 (presumably the small model), and a cognac leather second-gen Moto 360 priced closer to $393 (our larger model). While we don’t see direct confirmation here, we’ve heard the larger edition described as a 46.5mm version; we’ve yet to come upon a specific measurement for the smaller Moto 360.

Before you start freaking out about the price hike, keep in mind that this data comes from the UK, and US pricing will in all likelihood be far lower.

It remains to be seen just how accurate any of this info is, but it’s worth noting that right around this time last year we saw retailers publish premature pricing data for the first-gen Moto 360, figures that would later prove correct.

Source: MobileFun 1,2
Via: Android Guys

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