Lenovo has put up a few teasers on Youtube giving viewers a glimpse of what to expect during the IFA 2016 conference at Berlin on September 4.
Looks like the tech giant is planning to unveil an array of products including tablets (calling it "new chapter in tablets"), Moto Mods for its two flagship smartphones Moto Z and Moto Z Force; and a keyboard (is teasing it as "a whole new kind of intuitive keyboard").
According to the company's spokesperson, "the devices will blur the line between creativity and productivity," and that could be meaning anything ranging from a smartphone to a laptop or a new product line up altogether.
The video also shows handsets with bendable displays. Last year at the Lenovo Tech World event held in June, the company had displayed smartphones with flexible displays (which could be worn as bracelets) as well as foldable tablets (tablets which could be folded into half and used as a smartphone).
Along with this, Lenovo also displayed its two new smartphone Moto Z and Moto Z Force along with the 'Moto Mods' which are are accessories for the Moto Z smartphones. They ate named as the Moto InstaShare projector, JBL SoundBoost and the Moto PowerPack. Then there were 'Style Mods' which are swappable back covers for the two above mentioned handsets.
The company also announced Moto Mods developer programme.
Along with this, Lenovo may also launch the next version of the Moto 360 smartwatch. No details of the smartwatch has been revealed as yet, but there is a possibility that Lenovo may unveil the next-gen Moto smartwatch at the IFA 2016.
There are reports that Lenovo may launch Moto Z, Moto Z Force and the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro in India in September-October.