Also, a little while ago, Motorola filed for accreditation for a charger, which could very likely be for the same smartwatch, since the charging mechanism is pretty similar to what we saw in the original Moto 360.
If you’re yearning for more details, unfortunately you’ll have to wait a bit longer because Motorola has filed a confidentiality request letter. That means we won’t be able to get any photos or renders of the devices as yet.
All we have are a few details divulged by the FCC website:
Interestingly, a couple of things such as NFC, GPS etc., that many people would love to have and are found in rival smartwatches, are missing. While these are great features but on the flip, would definitely put massive burden on the already-horrible battery life.
We don’t know when the smartwatch will be released, but it will most likely be launched around the same time as the Moto 360 was launched (September 5). We might see it on IFA that’s scheduled in September. Also, Motorola will want to have the watch available for customers during the holidays, and since we can safely assume that Best Buy will be the preferred retailer, they usually want to have the inventory in their warehouse before September 1st, if something is to be sold during the holidays.
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