Motorola’s Moto 360 is the most expected smartwatch at the moment, next to Apple’s iWatch, which we know almost nothing about at this point. We’ve had tons of coverage on Moto 360 thus far, check out our “what we know” post.
Some people were concerned that Moto 360 will be far too big after it appeared in a development post, but after it was spotted in Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show, we don’t think that will be the case. Joshua Topolsky, editor-in-chief of The Verge, was on Jimmy Fallon’s show wearing the Moto 360 on his wrist. The smartwatch looked great and just the right size, unless Joshua has enormous wrists, which we doubt. The watch worked as expected, it was off but then it sprung to life a few times and showed its traditional analog style watch face.
Could this be an additional sign we’ll see different sizes of the Moto 360? If we consider Motorola’s Hangout where they teased smaller watches for female population this might as well be the case, which would be great of course.
The fact that Moto 360 was spotted on a journalist’s wrists might be a sign we’ll see it go official soon. Our guess is that we’ll see it at Google I/O, which is kicking off soon on June 25.