Moto Maker support coming to all major US telcos on November 11
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.
Moto Maker for all. pic.twitter.com/wLJsnViV2D
— @evleaks (@evleaks) November 8, 2013
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.