Moto X: How to Moto Make it (video)

August 1, 2013
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Moto X

Unlike other smartphones that are available at launch in limited color options, the Moto X will be available in a variety of colors and materials right away, at least from AT&T.

The carrier will offer various customizing options to users and there’s a special tool to make that possible – meet the MotoMaker.

In addition to releasing the first Moto X ads earlier today, Motorola has also published a short video in which it shows you how to Moto Make the Moto X. The video is less than 90 seconds long, but walks us through all the steps required to customize the handset.

With the Moto X you’ll be able to choose the color for the back and front, set up the accents” and signature (if any), select a case, headphones (also available in different colors) and charger.

Moreover, you’ll be able to choose memory capacity, set up a name that will appear when turning on the phone, add a wallpaper and sign in with your Google account during the MotoMaker process.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=HnTvmB44Cec

Once the order is processed, the custom Moto X will be shipped to you in “four days or less.”

While AT&T will initially be the only U.S. carrier to ship custom Moto X versions, Verizon will offer MotoMaker support later this year.

Comments

  • MasterMuffin

    Second thing I like about the Moto X (after the possibility to have a wooden Moto X). I’m starting to warm up on this one, though the price is really high for those specs (well it at least has better specs than iPhone. Before anyone starts raging, I know specs aren’t everything!). I forgive Google for the price, because they bought Motorola for 13 billion dollars, they’ve got to get the money back!

    • http://droidcent.com/ Marsel

      If I can get one for cheaper than 199 with a 2 year contract, like 99 or say around 300-350 without. I would totally buy one just to try it out, it looks like a nice phone, I’m impressed by it’s customization options and the fact that it’s pure Google. Gives it a Nexus-esque feel, with more potential cause it’s pushing some boundaries with the always on-features and voice commands.

  • harrold
  • Peter Blanco

    The most important detail is one I’ve found left out EVERYWHERE, price of custom Moto X’s. Will it be the same as normal contract prices?

  • Harjifangki

    Will this available outside US? SE Asia specifically.
    Dammit. I always want green colored phone. I mean green colored one, without silicon case.