After launching as an exclusive buying option for AT&T customers, Moto Maker is now live for all major US carriers. The site, which allows buyers to build a custom Moto X using a selection of color options and personalized settings, can now be accessed by Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint patrons. Altogether, Moto Maker allows for over 2,000 combinations to build a Moto X unique to the buyer, and after recent price drops only costs $99 for a 16GB model.
The signs all pointed to a wider launch for Moto Maker this week, from various leaks to a Verizon landing page going live over the weekend. The process of building a device through Moto Maker remains the same. A carrier selection is made during the checkout process. With a factory dedicated to the production of custom handsets, buyers can expect to receive their personalized device within four days of purchase.
PS: don’t forget that custom engravings have made a return! Be sure to check that option out if you want to make your Moto X even more personal to you. Still no word on when we can expect wooden backs, but we’ll be asking Motorola to drop the latest details in regards to that.
- 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
- Motorola phones going straight to 5.1
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