September mania has begun. Motorola has sent out invites for a launch event scheduled for September 4th in Chicago. We expect the company to officially launch the Moto 360 smartwatch along with the next iteration of Moto X and Moto G. The invite also hints at an accessory which looks like a Bluetooth headset.

We are glad that the company isn’t trying to hide too many things with this invite. As you can see from the gif image above, the “Moto Launch Experience” talks about phrases like “Choose To Discover” and “Choose to Have Fun.” At the end, we see four icons – A phone with an X in the middle, a phone with a G, a watch, and what appears to be a Bluetooth headset.


Announced at the Google IO event few weeks ago, the Moto 360 is easily one of the most anticipated Android Wear-powered smartwatch, that sports an elegant design, unlike LG G watch, and Samsung’s smartwatches. It has a circular face and premium material.

Whereas, Moto G has been a grand success all across the world. The affordable, yet powerful smartphone is often credited for trickling up the affordable smartphones segment. The new smartphone is expected to sport a 5-inch display, though the screen resolution will remain fixed to 720p.

The company which was recently sold to Lenovo by Google is also expected to launch its new flagship smartphone Moto X+1. The Moto X was also a huge success, however, in many respect it failed to lure in users to get it instead of company’s affordable Moto G. Moto X+1 is slated to sport 5.1-inch display, coupled with 2 gigs of RAM and 32GB internal storage.

The month of September is going to witness several new smartphones. Apple will be launching its new iPhones, and Samsung will be launching its new phablet Galaxy Note 4 alongside premium smartphone Galaxy Alpha.

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Manish is pursuing a degree in Computer Science and Engineering but spends more time in writing about technology. He has written for a number of Indian and international publications including BetaNews, BGR India, WinBeta, MakeTechEasier, MediaNama, and Digit magazine among others. When not writing, you would find him ranting about the state of digital journalism on Twitter.