All New 'Moto' Handsets Will Be A Part Of Moto Maker

Motorola has introduced three new devices, the Moto X Style, Moto X Play and the 3rd-gen Moto G handset. We've already covered the announcements of each of these devices, the Moto X Style is Motorola's new flagship, Moto X Play the company's mid-ranger, and the Moto G an entry-level offering. All three of these devices are rather affordable having in mind what the have to offer, and what's interesting, all three of them are now a part of the Moto Maker, read on.

The company has announced that all three devices will be customizable via Moto Maker, though keep in mind that Motorola's online customization tool is not available in all markets, it is available in only a handful of countries including US, Canada, UK, China, and it seems like Brazil is joining the ranks as well. That being said, you'll be able to customize these handsets in those countries, as you were able to do with the previous-gen Moto X. Depending on the device, Moto Maker gives you the ability to customize your devices appearance in a certain way before you purchase it. For example, you'll be able to choose the back cover options on the Moto G before you purchase it, as well as the color of the device itself and the accents that are included on it (their color).

The Motorola Moto X Style will get the full Moto Maker package. You'll be able to choose which material you want on the back of this device, be it wood, leather or something else. You'll also be able to change various accents of the device, and also choose its color. The Moto X Play will also be included, and it will seemingly have as many options as the Moto X Style, though it remains to be seen what exactly will you exactly be able to tinker with. There you have ti folks, all three Moto devices announced today will be available on the Moto Maker of you to customize as you wish. The Moto Maker is, unfortunately, available in a handful of countries.

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