Motorola managed to produce an amazing surprise with its Moto G. The handset was launched in November 2013 and convinced everyone with its performance. We all know that the Motorola Moto G is less than a flagship device. Nevertheless, the device meets the demands of both those on a budget, as well as those looking for a mid-range device. More than a simple smartphone, Motorola managed to provide fully functional device. Soon, the company will take things further with the next generation Moto G, as Motorola sent invitations to a launching event.
One of the important merits of Motorola is the fact that the operating system makes the smartphone work to its full potential. The featured KitKat version does not have to deal with the bloatware provided by manufacturers like Samsung to otherwise capable similar devices.
So having an upgraded Motorola Moto G2 is more than welcomed. However, the upgrade is relatively conservative. Not a lot will be changed in the next version, probably because of its earlier success. The rumors say the new model will retain the same HD display resolution, but the display size may increase up to somewhere between 4.6-5 inches.
Motorola sent invitations to an event where Moto X+1, Moto G2 and Moto 360 will be unveiled
Rumors about the next Moto X model have been around since a couple of months ago.
Moto X+1 will be the company’s upgraded flagship, even as Motorola is allegedly preparing the next Nexus device named Nexus Shamu, which will stand apart from the rest of the line. The Moto X+1 is expected to sport a 5.2 inches Full HD display, a Snapdragon 801 processor, 2 GB of RAM, a 12 MP rear camera and a 2 MP front one, with everything being supported by KitKat 4.4.4.
Motorola sent invitations to an event taking place on September 4 in Chicago. According to the image coming with the invitation, Motorola will introduce four new devices, the new Moto X+1 and Moto G2, a smartwatch (the Moto 360) and a Bluetooth earpiece.
The Moto 360 is one of the classiest Android Wear smartwatches to come out this fall. The round shape maintains the watch concept while various digital sensors and functions will be available when connected to your smartphone. We will be able to check out the gadget soon, as Motorola sent invitations to the event while specifically suggesting the presence of a smartwatch.
Google sold Motorola to Lenovo earlier this year, but we doubt that the new owner will change much, as Motorola has finally recovered after several unsuccessful years.