AT&T customers are able to order a customized version of the phone using the Moto Maker website. Buyers can select the color of the front and the back of the handset along with the trim. Verizon customers should be able to order using the same site some time later this year. And speaking of the customized version of the phone, the tweet from evleaks also mentions that the wooden backs for the Moto X will be available in the fourth quarter for $50 extra. This confirms earlier speculation about how much the wooden back would be priced at.
So if you've been thinking about picking up that Motorola Moto X you've been lusting after, you might want to wait until next quarter when you can save yourself almost $100. And by then, you should be able to use $50 of that savings toward a wooden back for your new phone.
source: @evleaks via TheVerge