Motorola is reportedly going to launch lots of products apart from smartphones. Motorola Accessories is speculated to be working on a wide-angle dash cam, which is going to be priced at $99 according to a new report.
Apart from making smartphones, Motorola is also popular for manufacturing mobile accessories and a variety of products for public safety and home. In the past also Motorola has released Motorola MDC100 Dash Cam that featured a 2.8-inch display and a 2-megapixel camera, as reported by PhonDroid.
The upcoming Motorola Car Dash Cam could be a successor for MDC100. The upcoming gadget from Motorola is said to perform shootings at Full HD resolution of 1080p alongside the motion detection. There is no information on the exact configuration of the camera, but it has been unveiled that it features a wide-angle lens, Gizmochina.
Motorola Car Dash Cam will be arriving with a bigger display of 4 inches which will support a resolution of 480 x 854. The rumored dash cam is said to go on sale with the price tag of $99.
For the long duration video recording purpose, the upcoming Motorola dash cam will also boast a microSD card slot. The sensors will be there on the car dash cam that will assist the users in safely parking their cars.
Europe will be the first market to get Motorola Car Dash Cam followed by the U.S. However, there is no information on whether other markets will be receiving the upcoming Motorola dash cam or not.
Motorola Mobility is owned by Lenovo. However, the new dash cam won't be released by Motorola Mobility, but it will be a product from Motorola Accessories that belongs to a British firm called Binatone. This British company is in charge of the home products sold with Motorola branding.