Tesla may be somehow connected to the world of smartwatches. The suggestive hypothesis has been leaked on the web in the past few hours thanks to My Healthy Apple that, after analyzing the FCC documentation relating to wearables of Xplora Technologies AS, has found within it several references to the main manufacturer of electric vehicles.
One of these, specifically, contains a short and long term confidentiality request which reads:
Since this project is a foundation upon which future technology products will be developed, Tesla Motors, Inc. believes that this information would be beneficial to its competitors and that disclosure of the information contained in these documents would give competitors an unfair advantage in the market. .
Going into the details, we note that the two certified products are none other than the X5 Play and the X5 Play eSIM, two children's watches already listed on the manufacturer's official website and which, among the specifications, boast a Qualcomm 8909 processor, 1.4 "display with TFT resolution, integrated 2MP camera, 4GB of internal storage, ability to send voice and text messages and more.
What is not clear is why Tesla would be involved in such a project. The most accredited hypotheses, at this point, are two:
- Tesla acquired Xplora Technologies and that is why its name appears in the documents of the smartwatch manufacturer;
- Tesla is collaborating with Xplora Technologies to create an accessory for children or a product that will be able to take advantage of the Xplora smartwatch platform.
However, it is not the first time that Tesla has been approached to the world of smartwatches: in 2015, for example, the developers of Rego Apps had released Remote for Tesla, an app developed specifically for Apple Watch that allowed you to act on cars remotely to unlock lock, open the trunk, start the engine and more.
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