Motorola has quietly listed a new product on Amazon. The new Motorola Verve Cam+ is a round camera that can be worn or carried around and is used for live streaming. It is the upgraded version of the Verve Cam that was showcased at MWC last year.
The Verve Cam+ is capable of capturing video and images which can be later edited as well. It can be also be paired and controlled with a compatible smartphone through built-in WiFi or Bluetooth and used for live streaming video content. The Verve Cam+ does not have any built-in storage and supports a Micro-SD card of up to 32GB.
The Verve Cam+ captures or live streaming videos at QHD 2.5K resolution at 30FPS and comes with a built-in video stabilizer. The wearable camera can be used to take shots in water up to a depth of 30m with the included IP68 waterproof sports case.[wpsm_ads1 float=”none”]
The Motorola Verve Cam+ measures 2.2 x 2.2 x 1.1 inches and is fairly lightweight at 1.1 pounds. Although there is no information regarding the battery that powers the cam, however, it is equipped with a Li-Po battery. We are not sure about the capacity though.