Hot on the heels of yesterday's high-profile print ad, alleged images of back covers for the upcoming Moto X made the rounds. The blurry photos showcase a quartet of back panels in teal, red, purple, and green.
The back covers in the photos above appear to fall in line with previously leaked images. Reportedly, there will be sixteen different colors to choose from when the Moto X goes official.
Furthermore, a fresh report has emerged, shedding light on the customization options which will be available for the device. Apparently, customers will be able to choose the Moto X's color and trim themselves. An option to engrave the smartphone will also be available. Contrary to previous reports, the smartphone's internals will not be subject to change.
An option for customers to upload a photo which will be used as a default wallpaper is also rumored. It will only be available for Moto X smartphones, ordered through the Google Play Store. Carrier versions won't get the same treatment.
The Moto X is firmly tipped as a mid-range device. Considering the constantly growing buzz surrounding the smartphone, we reckon its launch isn't too far away.
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I had RAZR V8 (2GB), after 2 years of using, paint started to come off in solid pieces. After few days, half of the phone had no paint. Metal painting isn't a problem, not being careful and sweaty fingers are.
That has nothing to do with the metal used, but the bad paint job Apple did. My RAZR V3, RAZR2 V8, Milestone and FlipOut were all made of metal that was painted. Some Stainless steel, some aluminium. None of them scratched of the paint.