The two-lens accessory, called the Moto 360 Camera Mod, allows users to capture their surroundings in full 360 without a complex multi-camera rig orawkwardly designed peripheral. It's said to be destined for phones in the company's Moto Z range.
Though the press event was the first sighting of the 360-degree camera Moto Mod, well-known and well-trusted leaker Evan Blass posted a high-resolution photo of the attachment today, which you can see here:
At first glance, Motorola's newest Mod is reminiscent of the upcoming Essential Phone's own 360-degree camera attachment. Similar to Motorola's approach with Moto Mods, the handset developed by Essential supports modular hardware add-ons.
No other details were revealed for the 360-degree camera Moto Mod, including price, release date and availability, but as the Mod-compatible Moto Z2 Playrecently made its way to the US, it's probable Motorola's latest augmentation will soon follow suit.