Have you patiently waited this news ever since Motorola initially announced its plans to make a wooden phone a year ago? Your waiting has reached to an end and we can finally say that the company is selling not one, but actually four different kinds of wood covers for its popular Moto X smartphone. Just as we were expecting, we have the possibility to create the perfect Moto X that we are dreaming of with the new Walnut, Teak, and Ebony Wood finishes in addition to the previous Bamboo cover that has already been available since last month. But be careful as long as we are also talking about a new price!
If you want to select one of these wood finishes, then prepare to add another $25 to the total cost of the device. So, it means that the off-contract 16GB Moto X model can be yours for $424.99, while the 32GB variant is available for no less than $474.99. The best part is that these two options are both $75 cheaper than the initial bamboo cover cost when it has first arrived a month ago.
But if you still cannot afford any of these two options, what do you say about signing a two-year commitment for this wooden Moto X version? Has this idea crossed your mind or is out of discussion from the start?
You probably know that excepting this new interesting finishes, this Motorola Moto X remains the same handset that we all know so well, so it totally deserves such an investment. As a refresher, it gets the power from a dual-core Qualcomm CPU paired with 2GB RAM, as well as a 10.5MP clear pixel rear camera that comes along with a 2.1MP front facing camera too. And as you have already seen, it is available in both 16GB and 32GB internal storage, not to mention that it features the most recent Android 4.4 KitKat version (just as our source informs us all).
We can only tell you that if you are so eager to have any of these Walnut, Teak, and Ebony Wood finishes in your hands as soon as possible, you should know that the current seller, MotoMaker is giving a shipping estimate of no more than 6 days. And you can be one hundred percent sure that we are talking about real wood backs that are properly finished to look as you can see in the above photo. There’s no trick here!