New Motorola smartwatch greeted by the FCC ahead of unveiling
An unreleased Motorola “smart watch” has stopped by the FCC ahead of its official unveiling. The device is believed to be Motorola’s second-generation Moto 360, which we’ve been hearing about for a while, and the filing suggests we’ll see it very soon.
With the original Moto 360 celebrating its first birthday this September, we’re expecting a new model very soon. Images of the device have already appeared online, suggesting small but significant design changes, including a thinner form factor, a quick swap band system similar to that of the Apple Watch, and no bezels.
The watch’s internals remain a mystery at this point, but the FCC listing confirms Bluetooth 4.0 + EDR and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n connectivity.
After Motorola announced the Moto X Style, Moto X Play, and 2015 Moto G on Tuesday, it’s unlikely the company will have another event planned in the immediate future — but we can likely expect to see the device this fall ahead of the lucrative holiday shopping period.
Are you excited for Motorola’s next smartwatch?