Motorola pulls custom Moto X engraving feature, focuses on quality control
| by Anujeet Majumdar |
The Moto X had its much anticipated annoucement a while back. But there seems to be a few black clouds in Motorola’s skyline, apart from the price tag, that is. The company has reportedly had to pull one of the features from its much-talked-about customisation offering. And that may be a slight problem, because the biggest point in the smartphone’s favour is the level you can customise it.
Thanks to Motorola’s Moto Maker tool, users can decide which colour they want on the back plate, the front plate, on the accents and even on the wallpapers. There was also mention of custom engravings, which is similar to what Apple has been rolling out for its iPod line-up for years.
Motorola pulls the plug on custom engraving for the Moto X
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