Update 2: evleaks has shared another image, which shows that Moto Maker support is coming to all major US telecom operators and not just Verizon and Sprint as anticipated earlier.
Update: Android Central is reporting that Sprint users will also have access to Moto Maker starting November 11.
After months of being AT&T exclusive, Moto Maker will finally be available to Verizon consumers. According to a report in Droid Life, Verizon users will be able to order their customised Moto X smartphone using Moto Maker beginning November 11. We expect an official announcement soon.
Known leaker evleaks has also shared an image (see above) showing few customised Moto X smartphones with Verizon branding and text – ‘almost there,’ giving further credibility to the Droid Life report.
As Moto X prices have been reduced recently, Verizon & Sprint users will need to pay $99.99 with the usual two-year contract to grab their customised Moto X from Moto Maker.
Moto X Developer Edition gets a price-cut
In related news, the developer edition of Moto X smartphone has received a price-cut and will now be available for $549.99 (both GSM and Verizon versions). To remind you, dev edition Moto X comes with 32GB of internal storage and exclusive woven white back and black front colour scheme.