We all know the Moto 360 is coming “soon”. How soon, you ask? Pretty soon, if you think that at least one tech journalist is wearing it right now, and on national television of all places.

Joshua Topolsky, the editor in chief of The Verge, is Jimmy Fallon’s resident tech guru. As a recurrent guest on Jimmy Fallon’s shows, Josh shows off new gadgets and sometimes demoes them together with Jimmy and his guests. Yesterday, Josh demoed a Lytro camera and Sony’s new VR headset, but what really caught our eye was the Moto 360 that he was so casually sporting.

Oh, look, it’s the Moto 360 on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon _ Android Auth 001421

You can clearly tell it’s a Moto 360, and, at one point, the device lights up with a sleek neon watch face. And, on its official Facebook page, The Verge appears to be teasing the device, so this could be a planned hype-building move, rather than a simple slip-up.

The Verge is in great relationship with Motorola and Google, and has received devices for exclusive advance testing several times before. This is probably what’s happening here, as well, meaning that the Moto 360’s official debut can’t be far. Google I/O, just start already!

Bogdan Petrovan
Bogdan is the European Managing Editor of Android Authority. He loves tech, travel, and fantasy. He wishes he had more time for two of those things. Bogdan's phone is a Nexus 6P.
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