Moto 360 wireless charger makes its way through the FCC
A new device from Motorola has made its way through the FCC under ID IHDT6UA3, and it seems to be similar to the Moto 360 charger we saw last year.
The FCC notes that this “wireless charger” was used to charge a “Motorola smart watch” at 0, 50, and 90% levels. While we most certainly expect to see a new Moto 360 this year, this wireless charger doesn’t drop many hints regarding that. It was used to charge a “Motorola smart watch,” but that’s quite vague and could even refer to the current Moto 360.
Either way, Motorola has hinted that there is another smartwatch in the works, but we just don’t know when we’ll see it. We could see it at tomorrow’s event, but Motorola seems to be focusing more on their phones this time around. But then again, Motorola says “our relationship status is about to change” and that could indicate some relationship between the company’s new lineup of phones and a smartwatch in the spirit of “our phones never leaving out sides.”
Whatever happens, if a Moto 360 is truly in the works, it shouldn’t be much longer before it makes an appearance.
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