Motorola again teasing the wooden backs for Moto X

Motorola again teasing the wooden backs for Moto X

Motorola has taken to its social media platforms to tease the upcoming availability of the wooden back plates for its Moto X. Set to debut at some point in the future, these wooden covers are expected to come in four flavors.

Put this DIY project on hold. Trust us.

Motorola is not quite ready to let the world know the exact launch of these plates but might hope for sooner rather than later. While they’ve officially acknowledged that they are coming, Motorola has yet to provide concrete details. Rumor has it these will be a $50 premium over the normal backs for the Moto X.

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