Evleaks believes MotoMaker is coming to T-Mobile on Friday

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We’ve yet to hear any confirmation on this, but, @Evleaks – the serial leakers of tech info – has tweeted out today that the MotoMaker customization tool for the Moto X will be available to T-Mobile users from Friday, November 8th. Now, as you will undoubtedly know, the tool is currently an AT&T exclusive with the rest of the US’ major carriers on track to offer its services by November 11.

Now, I wouldn’t normally post any speculation like this if it wasn’t for the source. We’ll keep digging and looking for any further confirmation over the next couple of days, but, given the past history of @evleaks with devices/plans, it’d be foolish to throw it away as empty speculation. Are you planning on taking a customized Motorola, or are you all about the Nexus 5?


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  • Abe_The_Babe

    Just got my Nexus 5 yesterday and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I do wish it had that awesome feature on the Moto X where saying “OK Google” works at any time though.

    Got 26 down and 9 up with LTE today in Aventura, FL.

    • ‘OK Google’ works on the Nexus 5. The feature that’s missing is Active Notifications.

      I took a look at a Nexus 5 today, I think I still like the Moto X better.

      • Abe_The_Babe

        Yes, but it doesn’t work from a locked screen like on the Moto X.

        • Dakota

          And thats a big difference. Don’t know why Google wouldn’t that make that standard Android? I guess they need something before colored backs to make the Moto X ‘special’

        • Kofi Williams

          Exactly. It helps differentiate the two Google phones.

        • Abe_The_Babe

          Read somewhere that it requires a secondary, always on, low power microphone.. Not sure though..

      • Jimmy_Johansen

        Active Notifications is pointless on an LCD screen and amazing on an AMOLED screen because on AMOLED only the few pixels for the icon and letters of the notification light up when the notification is on. The all black background mean 90+% of the pixels are not lit. With LCD all pixels light up regardless of color whenever the screen is on.

  • johnediii

    I’m torn. If I can get the MotoX on Jump I probably will go for it.

    • zx6guy

      not sure why

  • Dakota

    There was a published screen shot showing that it was coming to Sprint in the next week

  • steveb944

    I’m all about that Nexus! I wonder tho if we can customize Moto X and still sign up for JUMP! Doubtful, but highly enticing.

  • ilongbored

    If Tmobile will finance it, my wife will be all over this.

  • MDizz

    If it is the same price as AT&T for the 32GB then I’m getting it! As of right now the Tmobile 16GB is $599 and the AT&T 32GB is $529 which is a price more to my liking.

  • Alex Zapata

    Tempting, but I’m still sticking with my 925. An updated One might sway me though.

  • scuttlefield

    Just got my Nexus 5. But I’m impressed with the Moto X. Glad MotoMaker is coming.

  • Wifi calling?

  • No one wants that phone.

  • gentleman559

    Had the Moto X for a total of one day, it was the WORST phone I have had in recent time. What a waste of time and effort releasing it. The camera is horrible, no wonder T-Mo didn’t want to sell it in store. I don’t blame them one bit. If they would have went with the $349 price point it would have been semi successful in my opinion but its just to high priced with devices such as the HTC One, S4, G2 and Note 3 and the perfectly priced Nexus 5 to compete with. Just got the Nexus 5 yesterday and there is no comparison.

    • yeah right

      what a garbage response.

      • gentleman559

        Im sorry you didn’t like my response. Let me go ahead and try to care.

  • Ted

    Theres a reason AT&T knocked it down from $199 to $99 after a couple weeks on the market

  • moises1204

    so much for this leak!

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