We are happy to report that now you can customize your new Moto X regardless of which major carrier you are on. At launch, the feature was available only to AT&T users. Earlier speculations suggested that AT&T exclusivity would end some time in November. Later rumors hinted the November 11th as the date that Verizon would be added to Moto Maker. It turns out that the rumors were true and starting today you can pick up your very personalized Moto X from Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and also AT&T.
Moto X designed by you with Moto Maker
Spec-wise, the Moto X phone is not that much different from other devices in its class. What makes it stand out from the crowd, aside from the fact that it is the first phone entirely made in the US, plus you can customize it according to your preferences. The process takes place through the Moto Maker website and the final device looks exactly how you want it to be.
To begin with, the Moto Maker allows you to pick up the color of the back plate from as many as 18 hues. Then you can choose either black or white for the front panel. There is also a choice of seven colors for accents like the buttons and the rim around camera.
You can personalize your phone even further with an engraving that will appear at the lower part of the back plate. Finally, you can choose your own wallpaper and decide how much memory would suite you best.
The Moto X phone will set you back $99.99 on all four carriers, each requiring a new two-year contract, obviously. The 32 GB model of the phone costs $149.99.
more info: Motorola