The 2014 Moto X has yet to be released into stores here in the U.S., but it will go on sale tonight at midnight in India (which is in less than 3 hours). Motorola will offer the phone through Flipkart, and while Moto Maker is not an option for India, customers will still have a choice of black plastic, bamboo, and leather backings.
The hurdle for Motorola may be with the price point though. India tends to be a region that skews towards the low-end, but Motorola will be selling the Moto X for Rs. 31,999, which converts to about $500. The company has solid name recognition and good will from consumers, so it will be interesting to see how this goes.