The pricing details will be disclosed when the device is launched later this month but it is likely to be around Rs 30,000 in India.

The new Moto X comes with a 5.2-inch full HD (1920x1080p) display which is powered by a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 SoC supported with 2GB of RAM.

The smartphone sports a 13MP primary shooter and a 2MP front camera. Moto X has a 16GB of internal storage but the company has not given the option of microSD slot.

It runs on 2300mAh battery. The 16GB Moto X (Gen 2) is likely to be priced around the Rs 30,000.

Motorola also intensified smartwatch war with the launch of its Moto 360 on Friday. The Moto 360 comes with a 1.56-inch LCD display with 320x290p resolution. Powered by a 320mAh battery, Moto 360 runs on a Texas Instruments OMAP 3 processor.

The watch has 512MB RAM with 4GB internal storage and promises full day battery backup.

The 49-gram smartwatch is compatible with devices running on Android 4.3 or above, can take voice commands and have Bluetooth 4.0.

The newly unveiled device also has a built-in pedometer and a heart rate monitor. Moto 360 works with a growing number of apps like Facebook, Pinterest etc.

Motorola also announced the launch of Moto G which sports a 5-inch 720p display and is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor coupled with 1GB of RAM. It comes with a 8MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera.

The US-based firm, which has sold 1.6 million units of Moto E, G and X since February, is betting on the new version to help it ramp up sales in the fiercely competitive Indian smartphone market.
"Partnering with Flipkart, we had launched Moto G a few months ago, followed by Moto X and Moto E, all of which have received tremendous response in India. Now, we are bringing in a new generation with better features and at an attractive price," Motorola Mobility India General Manager Amit Boni told reporters here.
Moto G will be priced at Rs 12,999 (16 GB), which is cheaper by Rs 1,000 compared to the previous generation.
Along with the Moto 360 smartwatch, Motorola will make the Moto X available later this month. The pricing of both the devices will be announced later.
Motorola claims to have over 5 percent share of the India smartphone market.
According to research firm IDC, smartphone sales in the country grew almost three-fold to over 44 million in 2013, buoyed by affordable devices made by local firms.
In the second quarter of 2014, 18.42 million smartphones were shipped in India. Samsung is the leader with a 29 percent market share, followed by Micromax (18 percent).