Moto X successor could include more back panel options

Moto X successor could include more back panel options
Moto X successor could include more back panel options
The Moto X+1 is expected to carry more back panel options, including a leather offering in multiple colors.
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The Moto X is probably most famous for its wide range of designs, including personal engravings, a variety of colors and even a wood back panel. That level of customizability could get even more flavorful though, with the next iteration of the device promising some significant changes according to prolific leaker @evleaks.

The 2nd generation of the smartphone, dubbed the "Moto X+1", will reportedly add the option for a leather back panel to go along with the wood and color panels currently available. The leather will be further customized with black, red, gray and blue colors while the wood panel now has the option for a rosewood finish instead of the current walnut offering. 

No other details have surfaced so far regarding the Moto X+1, but the increased Moto Maker options are definitely a good start. The smartphone is also scheduled for a release sometime this summer, and we'll be sure to have more details as they roll in.

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> Notebook / Laptop Reviews and News > News > News Archive > Newsarchive 2014 04 > Moto X successor could include more back panel options
Omar Qudsi, 2014-04-13 (Update: 2014-04-13)