The Motorola Moto 360 is one of the most highly-anticipated smartwatch releases this year, but remains one of the most elusive when in comes to its technical details. A fresh set of images has appeared online, showing what appears to be the the Moto 360’s wireless charging cradle and more details of this Android Wear device.
The Moto 360 is said to be only chargeable via wireless charging, with a small cradle that still lets you see the watch face. It is not yet confirmed which type of wireless charging this cradle will use, but some Federal Communications Commission (FCC) documentation shows that it will use the Qi standard, which means you can use virtually any Qi wireless charging dock to charge the device.
Apart from that, the watch also features a pedometer, a stainless-steel case, an optical heart rate sensor in the middle of the backplate, and water resistance compliant to IP67 standards. In addition, the battery life of the Moto 360 is also said to last over two days.
The Moto 360 is said to be customizable with interchangeable straps ranging from leather, neoprene or metal bracelet. But there will be more options available once this smartwatch is officially released later this year.
You can view more images of the Moto 360 and its charging cradle via the source link below.