Motorola Mobility has announced that it’s launching a line of wearable accessories from a new range it’s calling VerveLife.
Initially shown off at CES earlier this year, there’s five devices in total although some are wearable in the more traditional meaning of the word. The ones that do stand out include a GoPro-style video camera, a GPS pet tracker and a pair of Moto Hint-esque wireless earbuds.
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The VerveCam social camera can shoot 2.5k video with a 138-degree field of view. It’s also capable of live streaming directly to YouTube thanks to the built-in Wi-Fi. There’s time lapse and slow motion modes and the bundled IP67 waterproof sports case let’s you shoot underwater up to 30 metres depth.
The VerveRetrieve pet tracker is IP67 certified waterproof so your pup can take it for a swim and also comes with 1 year GPS tracking, virtual fencing and a wander alert.
Last up are the VerveOnes wireless earbuds that should deliver 12 hours of battery life. There’s also the VerveOnes+, which are basically the same set of buds but with a IP57 water and sweat resistant design.
All of the VerveLife products will work alongside a Hubble companion app that will be available for both iOS and Android.
There’s no word on pricing or a release date, but we expect to learn more at MWC in Barcelona next week, where the VerveLife accessories will be officially unveiled to the world. The Wareable team will be out in full force covering the show, so we’ll definitely have a look at what else Motorola has to offer the world of wearables.