The thing that impresses most of us is the Moto 360, as Google announces Android Wear. And what we’ve learned so far with the render that the company puts up on their website is quite a lot actually. It will be round and not that much different from a normal watch. What interesting was that we did not see a single port on the devices, which led to the question “how will you charge it?” Well, today the FCC just gave us the answer.
With the mysteries round shape device in the FCC from Motorola, it’s not hard to recognize from the paperwork that is the Moto 360. In the filing, there are 3 devices, the first one classified as a “Smart watch,” the second one is a “Wireless Charger” and the last one is an AC/DC adapter. Also, the filing states that the Moto 360 will be implementing the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) protocol”. Although I can sit here and explains to you what WPC means, but “Ain’t nobody got time for that.” So, short explanation, it is a fancier way that developers prefer to Qi wireless charging.
We expect to see this wearable be release at Google I/O 2014, which is only 2 days away!
Via: Phone Arena