First look at Moto X back covers

First look at Moto X back covers

In last few days, we heard a lot about the upcoming Motorola flagship device, the Moto X. Just few hours ago, we told you that the Moto X will offer color choice and engravings, making it the “first smartphone that you can design yourself“, as mentioned in the ad. Now, a French website leaked the first image of the back covers of the Moto X, and you can see below that they do come in different colors. Have a look:

Coques-couleur-Moto-X

The source of the photo said that the phone will be available in at least 16 different colors. It seems that Motorola is really trying hard to make it a “perfectly tailored” smartphone for the user. What do you think about it? Do you think the Moto X will be a hit? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: Nowwhereelse.fr

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2 Comments

  1. timmyjoe42
    July 05, 09:51 Reply

    These remind me of the cheap nokia marketing ploys.

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