Verizon's own version of the Moto Maker
site reportedly came online for a brief period earlier today, with a page giving the option for the customer to customize their own Moto X
smartphone. The Moto Maker page
, now redirecting to the front page of the Verizon online store, apparently came online the day before
the store is rumored to go live for Verizon customers.
The page, spotted by TechnoBuffalo
, shows that the customized version will cost the same as then normal Moto X on Verizon. Just like the AT&T original, there are apparently "more than 2,000 combinations" of trim to choose from for the device, which will be constructed in the United States
and shipped within four business days.
Sprint and T-Mobile
are also said to be gaining Moto Maker in the near future, with one leak suggesting that Sprint will also gain the customization options on November 11th, tomorrow.