A new-generation Moto 360 smartwatch is expected to debut soon and it now seems it could come in two variants.

The upcoming Android Wear-powered smartwatch from Motorola has just surfaced on Anatel. Anatel is the country's telecommunications agency that grants, regulates and supervises any telecommunications activity in Brazil, just like the FCC does in the U.S.

If a company wants to commercially sell a product containing a radio in Brazil, the product in question has to pass through Anatel and obtain the necessary approval for legal commercialization. For that approval, companies have to hire a lab to test its product, send the results of the test to Anatel and wait for approval. Anatel conducts its own assessment to ensure the product complies with the guidelines for radio frequency in the country.

When a company gets the green light from Anatel for a certain product, the lab results and the certificate of approval, along with other relevant documentation such as product manuals appear on Anatel's website.

As 9to5Google points out, two intriguing Motorola products - the 360S and 360L - have now surfaced on Anatel's website, which means they have received the necessary approval and can launch in the country. The product names hint at two new Moto 360 models.

Anatel lists the standard radio documentation for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, as well as some intriguing battery information for both of these upcoming Moto 360 models. The 360S variant will reportedly have a 270 mAh battery, while the 360L version will boast a heftier 375 mAh unit. As a reminder, the existing Moto 360 smartwatch features a 320 mAh battery.

The listing doesn't reveal any additional information about the smartwatches, and it remains unclear what other differences the two models will sport aside from battery capacity. The "S" and "L" letters differentiating the model numbers could stand for "Small" and "Large," which would mean the upcoming Moto 360 will come in two band sizes, but it's all just speculation at this point.

No additional information is available for now, but the listing on Anatel's website suggests that the next-generation Moto 360 could make its debut soon enough.

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