Motorola is expected to unveil all of the features available on its Moto 360 smartwatch this week at Google I/O, and there’s a lot we still don’t know about the upcoming smartwatch. Recent rumors have suggested the device will employ wireless charging, and a new FCC filing appears to confirm those reports.
The listing doesn’t reveal much else about the Moto 360, but it confirms the device will work with a wireless charger. The upcoming smartwatch is named in the FCC filing where it’s discussed with a wireless charger and a special AC/DC adapter that will plug in via microUSB port.
What else do we know about the upcoming smartwatch? Motorola’s already confirmed the Moto 360 will feature a circular screen that can flip orientation for left-handed users. The company also said the device is water-resistant for use in the shower. We also know it won’t have a built-in camera. Another rumor earlier this year suggested Motorola could use sapphire glass for the display, though we haven’t seen anything recently to back this up.
Hopefully we’ll get a full rundown of the Moto 360 as well as the LG G Watch later this week. Both smartwatches are slated to launch sometime this summer, and we can’t wait to try out the first Android Wear devices for ourselves.