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The Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch
On September 4, Motorola launched four new devices at an event in Chicago. Here’s a look at the company’s new smartwatch, updated smartphones, and compact new earpiece.
The Moto 360 with a metal band
The Moto 360 is available for sale and costs around $250.
The Moto 360 on its charging dock
The Moto 360 uses inductive charging.
Another view of the Moto 360
The Moto 360 also offers leather watch straps.
The back of the Moto 360
An exploded view of the Moto 360
The Moto 360’s round design was a big part the hype around its launch.
The updated Motorola Moto X
The updated Moto X will cost around $500 at full retail and $100 is subsidized through a carrier.
The back of the Moto X
The Moto X comes with a 13-megapixel camera.
Moto X backplates
Moto X continues its trend of customization with the Moto Maker design tool.
The new Moto X has a slim profile
The Moto X updates includes a bigger, 5.2 inch display. It will be available later in the Fall.
The updated Motorola Moto G
The updated Moto G will cost $250 and is available for sale.
An open Moto G
The Moto G has a non-removable battery and dual SIM card slots.
The Moto G's front display
The new Moto G has a larger, 5 inch display.
Moto G from the back
The Moto G is a 4G, non-LTE phone.
Another look at the Moto G
The Moto G has two front speakers for stereo sound.
Motorola's new Hint earpiece
The Motorola Moto Hint is a bluetooth earpiece that will cost around $150 and will be available later in the Fall.
The compact Hint
The Hint has a low-profile design reminicent of the movie “Her.”