Motorola has unveiled the high-end Moto X Style smartphone, mid-to-high range Moto X Play and the budget-friendly Moto G 2015. Even though, Moto G is already available for purchase, the Moto X models will be released eventually in the U.S. As expected, the Moto X Pure Edition or Moto X Style can be customized with the help of Moto Maker in the U.S.
Even though, Motorola has not revealed the Moto Maker details yet, a new leak via Twitter handle @P3Droid shows the available customizable choices for the Moto X Style smartphone. (Scroll down to check out the options.) This year around, the Moto Maker site will be offering a slew of choices from the preferred leather, wood to plastic back panels. In addition, a bunch of metallic accents, three variations of anodized aluminum frames, namely silver, champagne and grey, will be offered. To top it off, accents will be made available for speaker grills and camera bezels as well, notes Phone Arena.
As far as the Moto X Style/Pure Edition price is concerned, the device will start at $399.99. However, depending on the choice of customization, the price will go up, especially when choosing leather or wooden shell. Speaking of the Moto X Style release date, the smartphone will reportedly hit the store shelves in September.
When it comes to key Moto X Style specifications, the device features a huge 5.7-inch display, fitted with Quad HD resolution. Inside, the handset is powered by a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 SoC and backed by 3GB of RAM. On the software front, it runs on stock Android 5.1 Lollipop OS, out of the box. Other Moto X features include a killer 21MP rear-facing camera unit, a 5MP front-facing snapper, microSD card support and a 3,000 mAh battery.
Here is the leaked Moto Maker options available for the Moto X Style in the U.S.:
And here are your new MotoMaker options. I know what I'm getting. pic.twitter.com/R5jdwor13v
— P3Droid (@P3Droid) August 3, 2015