Moto 360 will feature wireless charging according to FCC documents
If the listing of a new wireless charger on the FCC’s website is to be believed, Motorola’s upcoming smart watch will indeed support some form of wireless charging.
The Moto 360 has long been rumored to come with wireless charging, but people have had their doubts, especially since the device is essentially a watch.
The FCC documents of the charger reveal that it works with the Moto 360, which is as good as a confirmation as any until Motorola officially unveils the Android Wear running smartwatch. While the document does not mention which form of wireless charging, it is almost certainly Qi (pronounced Chee).
The documents don’t reveal anything else about the Moto 360, which is a bummer. Either ways, we already know that the Moto 360 will come with a sleek circular design, always-on Ok Google functionality, a bunch of wristbands and come with multiple watch faces giving users a plethora of customization options for a rumored price tag of $249.
The leaked specs of the LG G Watch confirm that it will not feature any kind of wireless charging, which gives the Moto 360 a serious advantage over it. What do you think about Android Wear powered smartwatches? Do they interest you or are you content with your regular wrist watch?