The Moto 360, an Android Wear smartwatch from the company has been quite a suspense since long and very little information regarding the device like its wireless charging and its summer announcement is known at the moment. However, adding a bit more fuel to the info, it is said that the Moto 360 will host a sensor at the bottom of the display in the little black bar.
Ever since the Google I/O event last month, it has been said that this black bar would contain the display drivers. However, the company has given a bit more information showing off the device at the event. Check the video below where Motorola’s Cathay Bi explains TechCrunch’s Darrell Etherington that the smartwatch will come with ambient light sensors in the black bar.
Now this could probably be the first Android Wear with ambient light sensorwhich will allow the Moto 360 that could automatically adjust the brightness of the display depending upon the light conditions surrounding your smartwatch. We soon hope an official announcement regarding the device from the company.