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Moto 360 2 set to come in two sizes, different colour options

The second generation Moto 360 smartwatch, the Moto 360 2, is unlikely to be officially unveiled until the IFA Tech show next week, but one third-party retailer already has it available for pre-orders.

The Mobile Fun website is listing three variants of the forthcoming Android Wear smartwatch, which has been leaked extensively in recent weeks.

There’s a version with a Cognac Leather strap, that’s described as Large. That iteration is priced at £300.

Mobile Fun is also offering stainless steel straps versions in light and dark, with both of those available in Small for £250.

See also: IFA 2015: What big announcements can we expect?

In a blog post on Mobile Fun, the site says the larger version will have a 46.5mm face and a 375mAh battery, while no display size is listed for the smaller iteration, which is said to have a 275mAh cell.

The wake button has also been moved from the 3pm position, to 2pm, something that has been touted in recent weeks as a way to prevent accidental damage and presses that lead to wasted battery life.

Previous rumours and sightings have also confirmed the watch will have added strap lugs, while retaining the display’s unpopular ‘flat tire’ design.

Moto 360 2

Moto hasn’t done the finest job in the world of keeping the eagerly-anticipated Android Wear device under wraps. Company employees in Chicago were seen sporting the device multiple times in the last week.

The Moto 360 2 It’s likely to go up against a host of next-gen smartphones from the likes of Samsung, ASUS, Huawei and LG at next week’s expo.

We’ll be there to bring you all the announcements from Berlin as they happen.

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