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The prettiest smartwatch is getting bigger (and better)

The prettiest smartwatch is getting bigger (and better)
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When this smartwatch came out, it set the standard for how wearable tech should be styled. It actually looked classy, unlike many bulky, awkward-looking smartwatches on the market at the time.

Now we know the next version of it will come in a second, bigger size for added glamour and functionality. But the good news is that it still has the same great look.

Last year, when the Moto360 was released, everyone was gushing about how beautiful and sleek the design was. Now images have leaked that show Motorola's new smartwatch that most people think is going to be called the Moto 360 Large (Moto 360L), and it's just as gorgeous as the version before it.

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As the name suggest, this new smartwatch is bigger and better than the previous model. The image above is the comparison between the smaller version also rumored to be released this year.

Besides the leaked images of the prototypes, Motorola has not released any information about its latest model. But the company is expected to touch on the subject during the IFA international technology trade show conference in Berlin from the 4th to 9th of next month.

So keep an ear to the ground and an eye on our Happening Now page for the latest details about the Moto360L, we'll bring the information as soon as we hear about it.

Important: If you're thinking about getting a smartwatch before then, you should check out our Smartwatch Comparison Chart to make sure you get the most bang for your buck. A smartwatch is a big purchase and you don't want to waste your money on a useless gadget.

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