The Moto 360 is by far one of the most popular Android Wear smartwatches on the market, and the second generation is expected to make some big improvement when it releases. We already have a quick peak at what the device may look like, and now we have some new details.
Phandroid received a tip recently from an Android developer who found a Motorola-made device pinging his Android Developer Console from a city just outside Chicago Illinois where Motorola’s HQ is located. The device carried the codename ‘smelt’ and is running Android 5.1. The developer also revealed that the device had a screen resolution of 360×360. It’s powered by an “armeabi-v7a”.
It’s very likely that this is the second generation Moto 360, especially considering the fact that ‘Smelt’ is a small fish similar to a Minnow which was the codename for the current Moto 360.
New details about the watch should continue to leak out in the near future as it’s release approaches.
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