Alright, last Moto X update of the day, we promise (maybe). There was a lot of hoopla surrounding Motorola’s “Motomaker” service, an online hub where would-be Moto X customers could jump on and design their own Moto X to suit their tastes, customizing everything from the front, trim, back cover, even accessories to match their newly purchased device. While I think we can all agree that this level of customizabilities is pretty damn awesome, the fact that this feature was locked down to solely the AT&T version of the X left some with a bad taste in their mouth.
Looks like this was nothing more than an AT&T exclusivity deal, with ‘ol #2 shelling out _ amount of dollars to lock Motomaker to only their X for a set amount of time. How long you ask? Well, a few months, judging by Verizon’s latest tweet. On their Twitter news account, Verizon says you can expect Motomaker to offer Verizon’s Moto X as well, only you’ll have to wait until later on in the year. Let’s hope that along with Verizon, other carrier variants of the device will also follow. Guess AT&T just wanted it more.
- AT&T halts Moto X update
- Moto X (2013) begins soak testing for Android
- Moto X 2013 getting Lollipop in a few weeks
- Android 5.1 release notes for Moto X 1st & 2nd Gen, Moto E 2nd Gen
TAGS: Moto Maker , Motorola Moto X