We have already seen the Moto 360 in leaked images and even in an official hands-on video from Motorola itself. However, up until now, it was not clear as to how the Moto 360 would be charged especially since it does not come with any kind of physical charging port.
Thanks to today’s leaked images of the smartwatch from Italy though, this mystery has finally been solved.
The leaked images give us a clear look at the 360’s wireless inductive based charging cradle, which is nothing like we have ever seen before. Also, unlike the G Watch and the Gear Live, the Moto 360 face will point outwards while being charged, which means it can easily be used as a desk clock.
The source of the leak also states that the Moto 360 will not be larger than the LG G Watch, and is confirmed to come with ‘stainless steel’ watch body and an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance.
Interestingly, the source also states that the Moto 360 will have an optical heartbeat sensor at its rear, which is the first time anyone has ever mentioned anything about a heart rate monitor on the smartwatch.
Now, only if Motorola would hurry up and release the actual smartwatch so that we can actually buy it.
Do make sure to head over to the source link below for more images of the smartwatch.
[Via Android World]