Remember the Frankenstein story? The guy in the lab that created a monster out of bits and pieces? Well, with the Moto X you are that crazy scientist, as you can experiment endlessly with the way your phone looks and feels at Motomaker, as in the walkthrough video below. Now for AT&T, "later in the year" for other carriers, says Moto.
Choose from 18 back colors, custom boot messages, 2 storage sizes, 7 accent colors, 16 unique wallpapers, engraving for the back cover, 2 front colors, the color of your charger and match the SOL REPUBLIC headphones color with your Moto X - this whirlwind of options is what Google and Motorola came up with to stand out from the Android crowd.
First Moto phone that interests me. Love the approach Google is taking with this, people do the same thing with computers, phones only make sense that you can personalize them prior to being put together.
22.frydaexiii(Posts: 1333; Member since: 01 Dec 2011)
lol, Really? I managed to do most of this when I first bought my SGS3, Bought a white S3 16GB, bought a black Mercury Screen protector and a Red back cover replacement and could probably use a marker or pen to write my name on the back too if I wanted, add another 16GB Memory card for a total of 32GB if I wanted.