Motorola's next flagship rumoured to be launched on September 4, under the Moto X+1 name has been leaked through a press image, showing off its colours and custom back cover.
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Photos have leaked on what is assumed to be the successor to the Motorola flagship, the Moto X. The Moto X+1 looks nearly identical to its predecessor with minimal differences in its aesthetics.
Motorola has launched the Moto Maker customization platform for the Moto X smartphone in Germany, making it the only country other than the United States to get the customization tool.
Motorola's rumored succesor to the highly customizable Moto X, the Moto X +1, will have the option for leather backplates that will come in four colors. The X + 1 has no official release date.
Motorola has announced it has cut the "no contract" cost of its Moto X smartphone down to $399 permanently, after previously offering the Android device for $349 as a temporary sale price.
Limited stock of Bamboo back plates for the Moto X smartphone are now available for purchase with January shipping from Motorola's official online store and can be customized using Moto Maker.
Motorola has announced its recent Moto X Android smartphone is getting a price cut to $99 with a new two year contract and the Moto Maker customization feature is now available for all U.S. carriers.