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