Motorola Mobility held a Q&A session at Mobile World Congress today, and while there wasn't much in the way of spectacle to coincide with the event, there were quite a few substantive announcements. For starters, the company is working on a watch that will be available some time this year. This won't be the first thing Motorola's tried to strap onto our wrists, but the company says style and battery life are two things it intends to address, and it would prefer to create a piece of jewelry rather than ugly tech. There's a chance this prototype could be an early version of the watch, but by now the company may be pursing a new concept entirely.

According to Motorola, the fast updates Moto X and Moto G owners have experienced were a direct result of its decision to provide a relatively pure Android experience, and it asserts that these updates will not slow down as a result of the sale to Lenovo. The Moto line in general appears to be safe for the time being, for the next version of the Moto X is scheduled to show up sometime in late summer.

Motorola plans to roll out Moto Maker to Western Europe (UK and Germany first, other countries TBA) and Mexico in the second quarter of this year. The company didn't rule out the possibility of more wooden backs to show up in time for launch, but don't expect them to. The Moto X itself is also coming to new markets and is scheduled to hit India and Australia in the next few weeks.

Motorola also made news by declaring what it will not do. The company won't ditch Android for another free operating system, such as Tizen, and it has no plans to develop Windows Phones.

Of course, the event also didn't go by without a few fighting words.

Source: Twitter