In addition to the previously announced bamboo finish for the Moto X, Motorola Mobility officially unveiled the rest of the well-leaked wood backs for its Android flagship on Friday.
The new backs, which Motorola calls “Wood Finishes” are available in Ebony, Teak and Walnut and will add $25 to the $399 off-contract price of the Moto X. Motorola says that the Moto X finishes are made out of real wood, and will each feature slightly different grains.
The Moto X can be customized and ordered with the new backs on the company's Moto Maker web site already. Motorola announced a release date when the wood-backed Moto X would begin shipping -- Tuesday, Jan. 21.
The first Moto X wood finish released by the Google-owned manufacturer was Bamboo, which originally cost $100 in addition to the cost of the phone. Motorola has lowered the price of Bamboo to $25 in addition to the new finishes.
Motorola announced earlier this month that it would begin selling the Moto X in the UK, France and Germany. It assembles the Moto X in the U.S., at a facility in Ft. Worth, Tex.
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