Moto 360 2 snapped in the wild: Will the leaks ever end?

Pictures of Motorola employees wearing the new smartwatch back up all rumours
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The Moto 360 2 is fast becoming the worst kept secret in technology – and it seems Motorola just can't stop leaking it. And now eagle-eyed smartwatch sleuths have snapped Moto employees walking around with the new device.

Update: Moto 360 2 hands-on review

We've been rounding up the drip-drip of Moto 360 2015 news since the beginning and the sneaky snaps seem to back up all the rumours to date.

The main picture was snapped by a Redditer in Chicago, and features the exact gold design, with the 2PM crown and prominent lugs that have cropped up in previous leaks, including the video that Motorola "accidentally" released last week.

See also: New Moto 360 Sport guide

And the pictures below show another Chicago Moto 360 spot, with the same design, but in the more conservative black.

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But when will the lid officially get lifted on the Moto 360 2? Well, IFA 2015, which runs from September 4 - 9 in Berlin, with Motorola's press conference set for 2 September seems like a smart bet. But a lot of devices were outed in the week before the show last year to avoid news getting buried in the melee of releases – so keep your browser pointed at Wareable for updates.

Source: Engadget

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