Another wooden chassis option has been added to the Moto X’s list over at Moto Maker. It’s Rosewood, which we saw at the device’s official unveiling but haven’t seen launched until this point. It’s a nice, warm bark that strikes a pretty decent balance between dark and bright.
It’s a shame that Motorola couldn’t get all these options out closer to launch, as folks are likely looking ahead to more “contemporary” smartphones at this point. The Moto X is still a fine phone, though the expected unveiling of a follow-up this summer might cause hesitation for many at the point of sale.
If you decide that last year’s model is still worth buying (especially for an attractive $375 off-contract) then be sure to check out all the different customization options available to you at Motorola’s site.
Looks great, only about 8 months too late. Hopefully these will be available faster for the Moto X+1 and also internationally.
Oh thank goodness the rosewood is out.. I can finally get a new phone! ::rolls eyes::
Now I wish I could get one in hemp!