We're expecting to see new Moto 360 later this week at IFA 2015 in Berlin, but in the meantime we're being treated to another leak. This time we're seeing Motorola's upcoming smartwatch in two different sizes (as previously captured on camera), as well as two different colors (black and silver) and with two different bands (black metal link and brown leather).
Apart from that, what we're seeing looks just like all the other leaks we've seen thus far, with more traditional external lug mounts than the first generation Moto 360, Android Wear driving things, the side button moved up the side. Inherited from the previous watch is the "flat tire" black bar across the bottom to house the ambient light sensor to automatically adjust brightness on the otherwise circular display.
The Moto 360 isn't the only smartwatch expected at IFA — Samsung is tipped to unveil the Gear S2, we'll be seeing more of the Huawei Watch (which seems to be aiming more upmarket than others in the Android Wear space), and the Asus ZenWatch 2 (the only watch in this bunch with a not-round display). In the meantime, the current Moto 360's disappeared off Motorola's website. You can still buy bands for it, but the watch itself is gone.