The Verizon variant of the 2nd gen Moto X will be available for purchase starting tomorrow via Moto Maker. The carrier sent out a press release as well as a tweet to give out the good news. Buyers will be able to customize the smartphone down to every detail with the ability to get custom wooden back panels as well, which will cost users an extra $25 on the asking price.
Customers can also pick from leather variants this time and custom engravings will probably be included in the asking price as well. You will have to shell out $99.99 for the smartphone with a 2-year agreement. The carrier failed to specify the off-contract pricing of the device, but it should be somewhere around the $500 mark judging by what we’ve seen from the AT&T model. Shipments of the smartphone will take 10 days this time around as they’re assembled in China and not in the U.S. like the original Moto X. The pricing mentioned is for the 16GB model and customers will have to shell out an extra $50 for the variant with 32GB of internal storage.
So who’s picking one of these up tomorrow?
Source: Verizon Wireless
Via: Android Police