The Moto 360, one of several Android Wear smartwatches expected to appear at Google I/O this week, should charge wirelessly.

Taking your smartwatch off at night and leaving it on your bedside table will be that easy, even to charge, when it comes to the Moto 360. According to FCC documents the Moto 360 will charge using Qi wireless on a dock simply called "Motorola Wireless Charger".

The charger, submitted to the FCC, was accompanied with the words "intended for use with the Moto 360 wrist-worn device". It features a circular bottom that matches the shape of the Moto 360, claims Android Central.

Since the Moto 360 appears to work with Qi wireless charging that should mean that any Qi wireless charger will juice up the smartwatch when it's needed.

The Moto 360 is expected to get a for sale date and price announced officially at the Google I/O event starting this week.

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