Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Moto 360 (2nd Gen) looks to have gotten its Bluetooth certification

Moto 360 DSC06958

It was during last year’s Google I/O that Motorola formally unveiled the Moto 360 — the world’s first round smartwatch powered by Android Wear. Although it’s not in any way certain, it only makes sense that Motorola could be planning to do the same for a follow up.

With this year’s Google I/O looming on the horizon (things officially kick off May 28th) a mysterious Motorola device — going by the device name BTMW03 — recently gained its certification via the Bluetooth Special Interest group. Now, there’s nothing in the documentation that says that this is for a fact the Moto 360 2nd Gen. But model number is way too close to the original Moto 360’s BTMW01 that appeared around this same time last year.

Motorola Moto 360 BTMW03 Bluetooth SIG

Whether it’s at Google I/O or a separate event, we imagine it wont be too much longer before Motorola makes this thing official. Now if we can just figure out exactly how they’ll be updating the hardware from last year’s model, we could sleep a little better at night.

[Bluetooth SIG]

from Phandroid http://ift.tt/1E4rSTK

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