Motorola’s Moto X Style (or Pure Edition if you live in the United States) has just been announced, and will be available for purchase from Motorola, Amazon, Best Buy and other retailers in September. Buying the device is the easy part, though. The hard part is deciding which customization options to choose from through the company’s Moto Maker site. If you’d like to start customizing your Moto X Pure Edition before its official release date, you’ll want to check out the image attached below.
There are a ton of options to choose from, many of which we’ve seen before with the Moto X 2014 and 2013 devices. This time around, you’ll have the option to choose from four leather back options, including Natural, Cognac, Black and Red, as well as four wood back options such as Bamboo, Walnut, Charcoal Ash and Ebony. There are also ten different CSR (coated silicon rubber) + Pattern options, including three neutral colors, two warm options and five cool colors.
You can also choose between either a White or Black front color, seven anodized metal accent colors, as well as three different anodized frames – an option that wasn’t available on previous models of the handset. As was the case with the 2014 variant, opting for a leather or natural back plate will increase the overall price of the handset. But seeing as how the device will be available for only $399, we’re sure most users won’t mind spending the extra cash.
Judging from the image above, how do you plan on customizing your new Moto X Pure Edition? Be sure to let us know your favorite combination in the comment section below.