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Motorola Ironman: The Neckband Can Do It [Exclusive]

Motorola Ironman Render 3
Image: EvLeaks
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Motorola Mobility is planning a neckband with the code name "Ironman". TechnikNews now exclusively provides the first details. 

According to a source familiar with the company's plans, the device will be shipped with Qualcomm's latest SoC, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. It is not a product for end consumers, but a "proof of concept" to support the Lenovo A3 Smart -Glasses to stream content over Verizon's 5G mmWave network. But the Motorola “Ready for Platform” will also be usable by cable but also wirelessly. Android should run on the neckband. According to our information, an internal memory of up to 512 gigabytes and a maximum of 12 gigabytes of RAM should also be installed.

A touch surface on the neckband and a companion app on the smartphone will serve as "input devices". The existence of the Motorola Ironman was only recently confirmed by the blogger "Evan Blass" by Render.


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