Moto X design studio simply named Moto Maker is nothing new, and you should all know plenty about it by now. Being able to completely customize your new AT&T Moto X smartphone. Well, until today you could only order a phone in select AT&T stores (on-contract) and then proceed to the design studio, but today it's open to the public and we also have full retail pricing.
Google announced their new messaging service to replace Google Talk, and hopefully one day Google Voice. That being their new Hangouts app. It was revealed at Google I/O, and since has been updated with a slew of new features, smiley faces and more. This weekend however, an update arrived that should make all you AT&T users happy.
Samsung isn't worried about, and is pushing the limits with each new smartphone they release. From a 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II, to their brand new Samsung Galaxy MEGA series with huge 5.8 and 6.3-inch displays. Today we're taking a look at the newly released on AT&T Samsung Galaxy Mega.
Motorola day with the custom Moto X Maker website and the official launch of their new smartphone. It's readily available in AT&T stores nationwide, and you can snag one as we speak or head to their site and customize your own. Originally Motorola promised 4 day waits for the custom version, but last night a blog post might be warning of a delay, already.
Moto X from AT&T and their limited-time exclusive Moto Maker site has just arrived, and it sure is pretty. Being able to fully customize the color, accents, and such is more exciting than we thought. As you all know, the custom site and AT&T Moto X went up today, and below you'll be able to check one of ours out in a quick unboxing as well as see that Skip accessory in action.
AT&T launched the Moto X today and a bit earlier this morning we saw the MotoMaker customization site go live. While that all sounds good for AT&T customers -- it likely leaves those with other carriers wondering when the handset will be available. We still need some carrier announcements for specifics, however there is a bit of good news coming from Punit Soni, VP, Product Management at Motorola Mobility.
AT&T launched the Moto X today and while the handset is available in black and white -- we suspect many were waiting for the ability to do a bit of customizing. Well, in a bit of good news/bad news, the MotoMaker customization site has launched. That of course is the good, the bad is that while you can design your handset you cannot actually place the order immediately.
release of the Motorola Moto X, AT&T has now also made available two other smartphones for their customers to choose from. The HTC One Mini and the 6.3-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Mega has just been added to the carrier's catalog and will soon be available for purchase.