A new wave of rumors suggest that the Google I/O 2015 might not only see the introduction of the new Android M, but also the second generation Moto 360.
The 28th of May is the confirmed date for the Google I/O 2015, a tech conference from Google and partners which seems to be getting things ready for the introduction of Android M, the next big update for Android systems. Yet, that is not all that is scheduled, as certain sources hint at the possibility of the next Moto 360 being introduced in it. This data comes from a Bluetooth certification with a serial code that is surprisingly close to that of the original model – the original Moto 360 was codenamed BTMW01, whereas other sources report a rather similar BTMW03.
There isn’t a lot of data available, but speculation is rampant: apparently, Motorola’s new smartwatches would sport a small screen with a 360×360 resolution, ARM V7 CPU, and is codenamed “Smelt”, running a Android 5.1 Lolipop variation. Truth is, there were also some images shared by the Lenovo team, which suggest the possibility of two screens, not unlike what the Apple Watch does, but this is far from confirmed – for now, all we can do is wait and see.
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