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This article was published on August 14, 2014


Motorola will launch the Moto 360 and new Android smartphones on September 4

Motorola will launch the Moto 360 and new Android smartphones on September 4
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At last, the moment has arrived. Motorola has sent out invites for a press event taking place on September 4 in Chicago. Although nothing is confirmed, a piece of paper origami hints at two products that we’ve all been expecting: The Moto 360 smartwatch and a successor to its premium Moto X smartphone.

The smartwatch and high-end Android handset, believed to be called the Moto X+1, are shown as tiny icons alongside another smartphone emblem with the letter “G” wrapped inside. That suggests we’ll also see a follow-up to the well-received Moto G (our review) smartphone; a final quadrant shows an earphone, which suggests Motorola could also have a Bluetooth headset to show off.

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Whatever comes to pass at the event, TNW will be covering it all. Keep your browser pointed at thenextweb.com when the time comes.

GIF credit: The Verge

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