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Latest images of the Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch have now arrived touting new hardware information. The first smartwatch with rounded dial, which has been leaked several times in the past will apparently come with a wireless charging facility.
The alleged images published by Italian blogger Luca Viscardi not only show the wireless charging option present in the phone but also reveals the back of the device, featuring a heart rate sensor. As you can see in the image, the dock keeps the watch upright and facing outwards, allowing you to keep an eye on the display. Also, a blue circular ring lights up to show the battery charge on the watch.
What the leaked images also reveal, or rather confirm is the presence of the "pedometer" in the wearable time piece and it has also been rated IP67 for its water resistant quality.So far, Moto 360 was rumored to come with a plastic build, but this leak suggests that it is well crafted with a 316L stainless steel, which might make it bit of a different one if compared to others in the same league.
If you are not aware, Moto 360 will come powered by Google's new OS for wearable devices called Android Wear. This is the same platform used by Samsung and LG in its recently launched Gear Live and G Watch respectively.
However, Moto 360 has a whole new level of aspects that makes it quite different form the first two Android Wear powered time-piece, first being the wireless charging option, circular form factor, metal build and more.
Talking about the availability, Motorola is expected to officially launch the much awaited smartwatch later this month. There are no rumors regarding the price of the price of the device as of now.
Back in May, the company had released an early hands-on video of the device that shows the Moto 360 in a better form. You can watch it below:
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