PocketNow web lurked around the newly redesigned Motorola website and saw quite a lot of interesting products. Screenshots were taken down as per request by Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc., but not before they spread around the Internet…

Motorola Zaha brings a four inch plus sized LCD and just like HTC Desire HD or upcoming Nexus III, doesn't feature physical buttons on the front

Motorola Zaha brings a four inch plus sized LCD and just like HTC Desire HD or upcoming Nexus III, doesn’t feature physical buttons on the front – However, note the Xoom 2 picture as the first image below

 
According to the redesigned site, two of the most expected products will be the Xoom 2 and a watchphone. From the image above, you can see that Xoom 2 features a very thin bezel, unlike the  first Xoom tablet. We still expect to see a 10.1" screen in a higher resolution, and unfortunately, we cannot disclose you the alleged panel manufacturer. We can tell you it will be more than 1280×720 and less than 2560×1600 pixels. Xoom 2 is expected to use NVIDIA’s Kal-El (i.e. T30, i.e. Tegra 3(D)). Given the rumors we’re hearing from Far East, you can expect to see a dual-CMOS camera for 3D imaging as well.

Motorola Tracy XL Android Phone - "Dick Tracy Never Saw This Coming"

Motorola Tracy XL Android Phone carries a tagline "Dick Tracy Never Saw This Coming"

Besides the Xoom 2 tablet, perhaps the most interesting device on the site is Tracy XL. You’ve guessed it right, it’s a watchphone. But unlike LG’s GD910 of yesteryear, a $1049 watchphone with very limited availability, Tracy XL is something that Motorola sees as a cool gadget and you can expect quite a lot of these phones to appear on selected carriers.

Motorola Slimline Android smartphone carries a tagline: Thin is Still in

Motorola Slimline Android smartphone carries a tagline: Thin is Still in

Furthermore, the screenshots reveal Slimline and Zaha phones, as well as Pearl and Targa. All in all, Motorola is going to have quite heated fall. Our guestimate on Slimline is a 4" screen, while Pearl looks to have a compact sized screen.