Another manufacturer that likes to announce phone at its own events but still is holding a press conference at the IFA this year, so that we can anticipate that something new will likely be revealed. I’m of course talking about Motorola.

You all know that now Motorola belongs to Lenovo, so this press conference is most likely going to be a joint event, although there is an event on 2nd September which is all Lenovo where we can expect that they are going to be expanding its Yoga line which has been launched in Western markets. And we do know that a major of the company’s phones are still primarily focused for Asian markets so it would be good if the IFA saw some smartphone launches for the European market at the least.

Although recently we’ve just had a Motorola’s biggest ever launch with the Moto G third gen, the Moto X Play and the Moto X Style phones but we do have some speculation that there are going to be a whole lot of new products to be launched across PCs, tablets, smartphones and more. Although it would be a bit shocking to see new phones from Motorola given that the new trio is only just hitting shops now. However, like Samsung, a new smartwatch is very much on the cards when it comes to Motorola and this could be the new Moto 360 2nd generation to succeed it’s very popular Moto 360 smartwatch. The device is already up for preorder at some retailers and it looks like it will come in light stainless steel, dark stainless steel and cognac leather version is priced from $389 onwards.

This could be the upgrade to the smartwatch that we all have been waiting for given that the original Moto 360 was announced way back in March 2014 and went on sale around this time only that year, so it’s certainly well overdue and upgrade. And widespread price cuts at technology retailers only strengthens this train of thought.

So if you want to know what Motorola is going to be launching at the IFA 2015, then stay tuned are here to know all the details regarding the event.

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