Reliable leaker Upleaks posted three images today of Motorola's new Moto 360 Android Wear lineup, including the newest addition to the family: the Sport.
In the image itself, the Sport watch appears to be tracking time, distance, pace and beats per minute. The older generation could also keep track of heart rate, but now — clad in a more durable and hopefully sweat-resistant exterior — that function makes a little more sense. The Moto 360 Sport will come in at least three colours, orange, black and white, though Motorola may have more options if it launches with Moto Maker, the company's personal design site.
Fingers crossed that it also comes with some level of waterproofing.
More images via @upleaks gives another glimpse of the large and small Moto 360 we saw last week. Overall, the watches look pretty similar to last year's version, still featuring the "fat tyre" display curse where the "6" position should be.
Upleaks also says that the second generation Moto 360's will be coming out in September and that the Sport version will release sometime in November. But there's still a good chance we'll get to see all these wearables in Berlin next week.