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Soon you’ll be able to customise a Moto G with Moto Maker

Motorola will drop a new iteration of its uber-successful Moto G handset before too long. Everyone and his dog (and his dog’s fleas) knows this.

However, here’s a little tidbit you may not be familiar with: The 2015 Moto G will apparently be compatible with the Moto Maker personalisation tool. This means you’ll be able to kit the mid-range, affordable handset out in a range of colours and accents.

The first indication came via the ever-reliable Evan Blass of @evleaks, who has returned to reclaim his king of the leakers throne in recent weeks.

The image posted on Twitter shows an array of Moto G handsets with a host of casing colours and accents.

Now confirmation has arisen via Motorola itself (via Droid-Life), which published a webpage (pictured) detailing the customisation options, which include 10 rear casing covers and 10 more accent colours.

“The new Moto G exactly the way you want it,” the company wrote on the now removed page. “Choose your front and back colors, storage and memory, and more.”

It also confirmed the front faces will either be white or black, while the memory options will include 8GB and 16GB model with 2GB RAM.

Read more: Motorola fires back at Jony Ive’s Moto Maker jibes

Leaks have been so frequent in recent weeks that we really can’t be far away from Moto dropping its updated handset.

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