Earlier in August when Motorola announced the much acclaimed Moto X smartphone, it was revealed that the Moto Maker variant would get a wide variety of user customizable features including the ability to add a personal engraving on the back of the smartphone. However, this feature was slowly sidetracked before the launch due to printing related issues. However, this feature has now made a comeback to the scene. Motorola has teased the inevitable by posting three different images on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ with a custom engraving synonymous with users of the particular social network.
The engravings will go live today when the Moto Maker site is opened for all four major carriers. The likes of Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile will have access to Moto Maker starting from today. Custom engravings make the device that much more personal for the users and serve a bigger purpose than just cosmetic appeal.
Via: Android Community