Motorola has spoken about its plans of bringing Moto X to India and Australia in the next few weeks. Besides this, the company also wants to make its Moto Maker service available across Europe and other locations.

There is also a possibility that the company may launch multiple wearable devices.

During the company’s press event at Mobile World Congress 2014, senior vice-president (product management) Rick Osterloh said that Motorola will make its Moto Maker accessible in Europe.

According to sources, this service will go live in the second half of 2014. It will be initially available in United Kingdom, Germany and other countries.

The company, which has also unveiled its plans in the wearables category, is currently working on a smartwatch that will be its second product in the genre.

According to a tweet from Motorola’s official account, the device will be unveiled in 2014 itself and it will mainly focus on two key factors – style and battery life.