Looks like the Moto 360 successor is getting ready for the public unveiling. A Motorola Android device with design model number BTMW03 has been spotted in the Bluetooth SIG database (the body that certifies all Bluetooth devices). Although the Bluetooth SIG doesn’t mention that it is a smartwatch, but the model number is really close to that of the original Moto 360 (BTMW01), which is unlikely if it was a product from a different category.
Also, it has been more than a year since the original Moto 360 was introduced, making it quite possible that we will see the next-gen Moto 360 at the upcoming Google I/O conference. Google is expected to announce the next version of Android Wear at the I/O conference and the new Moto 360 is likely to be among the first smartwatches with the new version.
Bluetooth SIG listing reveals that the smartwatch will come with Bluetooth 4.1 support. Other device details are a mystery at this point, but a recent rumour has suggested that the device will pack 360x360p resolution screen with a round watch-face. Here is an alleged render of the 2nd-Gen Moto 360.