Now leaked images published by SlashGear reveal that the device will feature replaceable watchbands, including metal, leather and rubber, and customizable watchfaces.
Unlike traditional smartwatches, Moto 360 has a design that is similar to that of an analog watch.
It features an OLED Sapphire glass display.
Interestingly, the device seems to come with a power button that can be turned to wind the watch.
Moto 360 will offer features such as use of apps, notifications, messages, calls or emails, and will also monitor health and physical activity.
One of the pics shows that there will a variety of shades available when the smartwatch launches this summer, including black, light blue and yellow designs.
Final specifications and launch details aren’t available for Motorola’s newest smartwatch. Images showing the device from multiple angles, including various band options follow below.