Aug 14 AT 10:32 AM Nick Sarafolean 3 Comments

Motorola sends out invites for September event, two phones and more on the agenda

Moto Event

Motorola has sent out invites for a launch event on September 4, and the invitations give us a pretty clear idea of what to expect. The invite is styled as an animated cootie catcher that hints at four items that are set to be launched. When the cootie catcher closes, we can see four sketches: a phone with an X on it, a phone with a G on it, a watch and what looks like a Bluetooth headset.

Motorola’s not really into subtlety with this, so let’s look at exactly what to expect. A Moto X successor, possibly dubbed the Moto X+1, is likely the star of the show. A follow-up to the successful Moto G also appears to be coming, though fewer details are known on this device. The Moto 360 is almost certainly the smartwatch that will be shown off, and it might finally be available for purchase. The Bluetooth headset is a mystery, but chances are that it’s likely that, a Bluetooth headset.

Keep it locked on Android and Me for all of the September coverage, because it’s going to be a wild month.

Moto GIF

Via: The Verge

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  • surethom

    Moto X+1 & Moto 365 YES please.

    BUT Motorola Please please please release in the UK quicker than the usual 6 months later than America, & please release a 32gb version outside america not just the really really low 16gb.

    This is the really event in September the others in september are just a side show.

  • surethom

    The Moto G is the best mid range phone around, but please release a 16gb & 32gb sim free version in the UK quickly.

  • Joseph McCarthy

    The design is very Nexus looking, ain’t it?!