Moto 360 to include OLED screen, wireless charging and sapphire glass


The Moto 360 is one of the most interesting smartwatches to date, and while it certainly looks great not too much is known about the specifications of the device.

We know for sure that the device will run on Android Wear, the new OS made specifically for wearable devices. Other rumors are suggesting that the device will include an OLED display, which makes sense due to the fact that Motorola stated that they would use technology from the Moto X. An OLED screen would also be the obvious choice to save battery life.

Furthermore, according to the rumors the device will also include sapphire glass and that it will use induction wireless charging, which makes sense considering the fact that the senior director of social media at Motorola, Barbara Liss, has stated that the device would not be charged through USB.

None of these rumors are confirmed, however they do come from a leaker who has a pretty good track record as far as Motorola leaks goes, having given a lot of information about the Moto X and Moto G, and having predicted a smartwatch from Motorola.

Source: Weibo
Via: GforGames

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Christian was born and raised in Canberra, Australia, lived for 5 years in Paris, France, and is currently living in the USA. He spends much of his time playing with his Android devices and researching new and improved technology. When Christian isn't writing for TalkAndroid, he normally can be found in a music studio producing either his own music or someone else's.