Moto Maker expected to soon expand to top carriers
The build-your-own Moto X smartphone experience is expected to break away from AT&T exclusivity any day now. As some may remember, we learned a few months ago that November would be the month when additional carriers would be folded into the custom designed handset tool.That seems ever more apparent today as a leaked image from @evleaks shows the Moto Maker tool listing the top four U.S. wireless providers.
Further proof comes in a separate post that shows the custom-built Moto X designs with Verizon branding on the rear.
It’s unclear as to when the actual expansion takes place; we would not be surprised if it came with the debut of the Moto G. Expected to launch on November 13, the Moto G is said to be a low-cost alternative to the Moto X.
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