It is not known when the phone will be available at the carrier's retail stores. And Verizon has said that later this year it will allow its customers to order a customized version of the Motorola Moto X using the Moto Maker website. Right now, only AT&T customers are able to select the color of the front and back of the phone along with the trim. Originally, Motorola promised delivery of each custom order in no later than four days, although the Google wholly owned subsidiary has recently backed away from that promise for now.
With a tweet from T-Mobile CEO John Legere hinting at a September availability for the phone at T-Mobile, we are waiting to hear when Sprint plans on launching its version of the Moto X.
source: Verizon via Pocketlint