Details of a new Motorola Skip Bluetooth proximity tracking device have been unveiled this week within documents for the new device, that have passed through the American FCC process.
Building on the technology used in last years Motorola Skip the next generation Moto Skip now comes equipped with Bluetooth and can be attached to your belongings to help you keep track of them, just incase you leave them behind.
Details within the FCC documents explain some of the features included in the specifications of the new Motorola Skip device. Explaining that it can be attached to a keyring to prevent you from losing your keys, when combined with a companion application on your smartphone.
The new Skip proximity tracker is also equipped with a button which you can press and allows you to locate your smartphone in the opposite direction. Unfortunately from the current documentation that is available it seems the new Motorola Skip proximity tracking device will only work with Motorola’s smartphones.
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet by Motorola, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always. For more information on the new FCC documents unveiling the Skip jump over to the FCC website for details.