It appears that Skinomi is selling a line of skin protectors for the kinda-unannounced Moto X. The Moto X is Motorola's hero device coming out later this year, which Dennis Woodside kinda confirmed at D11 a few weeks ago. Right now, Skinomi has about seven different "skin protectors" up for sale for the Moto X. They range from dark wood, to silver to brushed aluminum. Each one is about $19.95. These are the alternatives to the hard cases you would normally buy for your phone. They seem to be a lot like the dBrand skins which are already available for many different devices including the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and HTC One, just to name a few.
These skin protectors are using the "same material used to protect luxury cars, military aircrafts and NASA space shuttles." Skinomi is also touting the "self-healing" capabilities of their screen protector for the Moto X which is $11.95. But none of these accessories have a shipping date right now.
Evleaks recently offered specs of the Moto X. They seem to be quite mid-range. Which has led us to believe that the X FON is different from the Moto X. Even Motorola can't had a Snapdragon S4 1.7GHz dual-core processor as a hero device. They'll need at least a quad-core processor in their "hero" device. Motorola did also say that they are refreshing all their phone lines between now and October. So my money is on the fact that the X FON is the Droid Razr M2 for all the US carriers. Of course, I could be totally wrong. But we'll have to wait and see.
The Moto X should be launching sometime in the next few months. We have no idea when yet. But when it does get launched, we'll be covering it like crazy as normal. How many of you are excited about the Moto X?