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Motorola has a box filled with something ‘exciting’ to share next week

Motorola has teased an exciting new product is on the way with a cryptic message sent out to the media on Friday.

The Lenovo-owned firm says it will be delivering a mystery box to the tech press on February 25 (next Wednesday) containing whatever it is the firm is bringing to the table.

There’ll be no event and no live stream. Moto has told the media outlets in the US (via The Verge) that “everything you need fits inside one box.”

So what is Motorola up to? Given it’s a ‘thing’ that needs to be delivered in a box rather than a new service, it seems sure to be a hardware of some fashion.

Recent speculation has suggested the firm is working on a new version of the promising, but underwhelming Moto 360 smartwatch. Speculation last year suggested the sequel device would arrive in ‘early 2015.’ Will V2.0 be in the mystery box?

Read more: Moto 360 review

In terms of smartphones, the company recently refreshed its Moto X, Moto G and Moto E handsets so the prospect of a new edition seems remote.

Or it could be something completely different? Perhaps a new smartphone camera accessory, an action camera, or it could even be joining LG and Samsung in the VR headset game?

As Brad Pitt in so famously asked during the final scenes of Se7en: “What’s in the box? What’s in the box?”

Whatever it is, Moto appears to be getting in there before MWC kicks off on March 1.

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