The Moto 360 is one of the more stylish Android Wear timepieces, but it does have a couple of drawbacks -- one being that its circular 1.56-inch display can look a little large on some people's wrists. Our own Nicole Lee levied this criticism in Engadget's review, but it seems Motorola has been taking notes for its successor. Regulatory documents filed with Brazil's Anatel telecommunications agency have revealed two new devices sporting the model numbers "360S" and "360L." It would make sense if the extra letters indicated two different sizes, as the pair are reportedly listed with 270mAh and 375mAh batteries respectively. (For comparison, the original Moto 360 offers 320mAh of power.) The obvious parallel here is the Apple Watch, which has been available since launch in a 38mm and 42mm design. Given we've just had a fresh batch of Moto phones, we suspect it won't be too long before Motorola unwraps its seemingly inevitable new Moto 360 too.
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