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If the Moto Z Style/Z Play StyleMods end up substituting MotoMaker, would they be worth it? (poll results)

If the Moto Z Style/Z Play StyleMods end up substituting MotoMaker, would they be worth it? (poll results)
Word on the street is that, along with the rumored Moto Z Style and Moto Z Play, Motorola will be making public two other programs: StyleMods and MotoMods.

The latter will let you attach an add-on to the either of the two phones via 16 magnetic pins on the bottom of their respective backs, giving you extra functionality such as a JBL loudspeaker or a Hasselblad camera case that may include physical controls and even optical zoom. StyleMods, on the other hand, will let users... well, style their Z Style or Z Play. According to rumors, the selection so far includes leather, ballistic nylon, and wood. Other materials will likely also be made available.

StyleMods do ask a question, though: Will MotoMaker customization be still available to buyers of the two new devices? Perhaps, but what if StyleMods supersede them? Would it be a good trade? According to you, absolutely, though not everybody agrees of course:

If the Moto Z Style/Z Play StyleMods end up substituting MotoMaker, would they be worth it?

From the sound of it, StyleMods will be worth it
62.16%
God, no! MotoMaker better stay, StyleMods be damned
37.84%

We were kind of surprised. While the StyleMods program obviously sounds great, we would prefer if MotoMaker stayed intact. You can always buy a third-party case with some fancy material covering it, after all.

Thoughts?

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