The IFA 2014 event at Berlin seems to be packed up with many big news set to be coming from the tech industry. The Galaxy Note 4 from Samsung has already managed to make much noise in the town and now we have not one but in-fact three big announcements coming from Motorola. Yes, you heard it right! Motorola could be all set to announce its Moto G successor Moto G2, its Moto 360 smartwatch launched earlier this year and the much talked after Moto X+1. It is assumed that an additional Bluetooth accessory is also in the list on announcements from the company.
After being launched on March 18th this year, the Moto 360 seems to be all set to arrive in the market. The smartwatch has recently been in news for quite a time and is expected to have wireless charging. The smartwatch is expected to be priced for $249, but we would wait for the company to make the official final announcement.
The Moto X+1 would undoubtedly the company’s next flagship and would sport a 5.1inch 1080p display powered with a quad-coreQualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset clocked at 2.5GHz with a 2GB of RAM support. The device would host a 12MP primary camera with a battery capacity of 2900mAh.
The Moto G2, successor to the much famous existing Moto G has been leaked previously. The device would come with a dual-SIM support having a 5” display with 720p resolution and a quad-core Snapdragon 400 chipset with 1.2GHz of clocking. The device is expected to have 1GB of RAM and would host a 8MP primary camera. The handset could even be named as the Moto G+1, but we would get the final details next month on September 4th from the company.