Motorola has given us a few early peeks at its Moto 360 smartwatch, highlighting its round, stainless steel face, leather band and general navigation. One detail that Motorola hasn’t talked much about is how users will charge the Moto 360, but today a leak has come forward to shed more light on that matter.
Italian site Mister Gadget has posted a large gallery of hands-on photos showing the Moto 360 action. A few of the shots show the Moto 360 resting on a wireless charging cradle that makes the device’s round display easy to view. Another photo compares the Moto 360 to the LG G Watch, showing that they’re similarly sized but that the Moto 360 may be a tiny bit wider due to its round screen.
The Moto 360 has earned a lot of attention from tech fans thanks to its circular display, and the good news is that its method of wireless charging looks just as attractive as the Android Wear device itself. The 360’s cradle looks like it’ll make it easy to view the wearable while its charging up, meaning it should function nicely as a bedside clock and alarm.
Do you plan on picking up a Moto 360? If so, which feature of the device are you most interested in?