Wondering how it actually charges? This might be the biggest clue yet
One of the as yet untold stories of the forthcoming Moto 360 Android Wear watch is how it's going to charge. Well, new images that have surfaced out in Italy show the watch without anything covering up its back, and docked into that super secret charger. While there's nothing to indicate exactly what type of wireless charging is going on here (FCC docs say it's the Qi standard) we can at least get a better look at how we'll be doing it.
The charger is unlike any that we've seen so far for a smartwatch. It appears to cradle the Moto 360 with the watch face pointing outwards – so, still looking at you while its charging – with the power cable plugging in round the back.
The images of the rear of the watch also show off what the retail units will likely look like round there, and there are a few more details than the ones we saw at Google I/O. Nothing out of the ordinary with things like "pedometer" and "water resistant IP67" or indeed that it is stainless steel. Check out the full gallery at the source link below.
What we actually, really, want now is to buy one. Please, Motorola? Pretty please?