It appears as though the world is getting its first look at the Moto 360 2.

Lenovo-owned Motorola is thought to be working on the next Moto 360, and a new render, which recently surfaced on the web, seems to support that theory by supposedly revealing the yet-to-be-announced smartwatch and its design.

Phandroid believes the render is legit, mostly because it matches a different prototype that a Lenovo executive showed off via Chinese blogging site Weibo last month. The render also lines up with circulating details about the watch, which include reports that it features a 360×360 display as well as the codename Smelt.

The "leaked" render first popped up on Weibo and shows a new version of the Moto 360 watch without a "flat tire" bezel. It instead features a fully round ("hockey puck-like") watch face design, along with a center physical button (rather than toward the top) and new watch straps with metal attachable arms.

The original Moto 360 debuted over a year ago, and many expect the new one to debut at Google I/O. Nothing is yet confirmed, but keep checking Pocket-lint's Motorola hub for all the latest news.