Back in 2013, Motorola launched a unique offering through which users could buy a customized phone. The service has been available only in certain global markets though.
The Moto Maker program enables you to customize several aspects of your Moto X. It may be headed to India. | Image source: Motorola
Known as Moto Maker, it lets you start with a base model of the Moto X, then handpick several aspects such as the rear shell cover, the front color, trim color, even the amount of on-board memory (among 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.) Adding the ultimate personalization touch, buyers can also have their phone factory-engraved and define the splash screen greeting when the phone is switched on.
For users who are bent upon a bespoke experience, the Moto Maker facility is quite the boon. Now, according to tweets put out via Motorola’s India handle, it seems this service might just be on its way to becoming a reality in our markets.
Even if the service is eventually launched, it isn’t clear how many of these customization options would be announced. Going by the current global offering, this service may be offered with the current second generation Moto X.