The Moto Maker site has been widely praised for its ability to allow users to customize their smartphone to almost every detail. However, its availability has been limited to AT&T so far, which is rather unfortunate. But there was a rumor running around that Verizon is getting access to the Moto Maker site beginning from November 11, but a new leak suggests that Sprint will be getting it on that day instead. The leaked screenshot accessed by Android Central claims that the Moto X on the carrier will get all the features we’ve seen on the AT&T variant.
This is very good news as the exclusivity will officially be lifted next week. We will be very surprised if Verizon doesn’t get its hands on the Moto Maker tool as well being the largest carrier in the country. Using the Moto Maker site, users can choose from several colors for the back panel or the accents, pick storage variants as well as add a custom boot message at startup. And users can also enter their Google account credentials to have the smartphone loaded up with their data when it is opened fresh out of the box.
Via: Android Central