Moto Maker

Motorola Moto X Play now ready in the UK, Canada this Friday

Less than three weeks since its official launch, the new Moto X Play by Motorola is now available in the UK. The smartphone can be purchased from the Moto Maker website which means you can have it customized. Feel free to change the front color, back color, accent color, your choice of memory (16GB or 32GB), as well as, add a special engraving at the back, or a greeting on your smartphone’s startup screen. Mostly, changing the colors… errr..colours (with British accent) make the phone look more fun, unique, and personalized.

Moto X Pure Edition (2015) gets several new options on Moto Maker

One reason why Motorola is selling a lot of phones today is the fact that you can build your own Moto phone. The Moto Maker website has proven to be effective and helpful in bringing a novice designer's dream into reality even if it's only a custom smartphone. Before the official launch, MotoMaker options for the Moto G were leaked and now we have a glimpse of several options for the new Moto X Pure Edition.

MotoMaker options for upcoming Moto G leaked

The release of the third generation Moto G (together with other Motorola goodies like the new Moto X and a 2nd gen Moto 360) is just a few days away, and so the rumors and leaks are at an all-time high. The new information we’ve been able to get today is thanks to @evleaks, and it’s all about the different options, mostly regarding color, that people will be able to have if they buy the new Moto G through the MotoMaker.

Moto Maker now available in China

Almost a year after Motorola launched the Moto Maker in Germany, the company has finally made available the web customization service in China. This is the second country outside of the United States to allow consumers to personalize their own Moto X online . This means more people, probably millions of them Chinese, can have smartphones that are unique, attractive, and one-of-a-kind from Motorola.

New Moto X now with red leather option in Moto Maker

If your favorite color is red and you're in the market for a new smartphone that you can customize to your heart's content (well, at least more than the others available now), then the 2nd generation Moto X might be the one for you. They're now introducing a red leather option when you "create" your smartphone through their customizable Moto Maker, branding it under their hashtag #ChooseChoice.

Moto 360 new style, colors might have been leaked

You would think that leaks and wrong posts about upcoming products would come from some sleepy employee who might have pressed the wrong button or a disgruntled ex-worker who wanted to steal the company's thunder. But apparently the "culprit" this time is Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanquing who might have posted on his Weibo account a new-look Moto 360, showing even more customization options. The post has been since taken down but of course in the Internet, nothing is really erased.

Motorola gives you free Moto E if you buy Moto X Pure Edition

If you're looking to give a lower-end smartphone to a child or a back-up phone for yourself (we won't ask why, don't worry) and get yourself a spanking new device, you might want to pay attention to a new promotion from Motorola. If you buy an off-contract Moto X Pure Edition, you'll get a free 2nd gen edition of the Moto E (the 3G version). That's a pretty good deal if you actually need a new smartphone and the Moto X looks pretty good to you.

Moto 360 smartwatch now customizable in Moto Maker

If you're in the market for a new smartwatch but want to have more options than the ones available in most wearables in the market, then you might want to consider getting the round-faced Moto 360. They have finally gone live and added their smartwatch to the Moto Maker site, giving potential customers the ability to customize their Moto 360 and the freedom to choose what they want to have as the strap, casing and watchface of their wearables.

Moto Maker will now allow you to custom your new Moto 360

Despite the recent mini-controversy over Apple's Sir Johnny Ive's opinion over Motorola's build-your-own platform with Moto Maker, the OEM seems to be standing by its design and marketing principles. They recently announced that not only can new users continue to build their own Moto X, but now you can also customize a Moto 360 smartwatch using the same groundbreaking tool they've started. If you're still on the fence about getting a wearable from Motorola, maybe this new development will convince you.

Motorola responds to veiled criticism from Apple’s Jonny Ive

While Apple's lead designer, Sir Jonathan Ive, did not exactly say the brand's name in a recent interview, Motorola felt like they had to respond, because he was obviously talking about them. Motorola President Rick Osterloh said their company just has a "different philosophy" while also managing to take a few potshots at Apple and their "outrageous" prices.
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