Moto X Pure Edition picks up limited collection of three designer Moto Maker looks

With a smartphone like the Moto X Pure Edition, one that already offers users dozens (upon dozens) of ways to customize their handsets, how do you go about giving them an extra-special design? After all, you already have a ton of freedom in either crafting a look that’s all your own, or recreating an attractive color scheme you’ve seen elsewhere. Motorola’s tapped designer Jonathan Adler for help in offering users something to give their smartphones a little extra pizazz, and today announces three limited-edition designs going up for sale next week.

The three Alder-created Moto X Pure Edition designs add colorful back patterns to Motorola’s usual assortment of solid colors, leather, and wooden options for the phone.

Pricing will be the same as with leather or wood backs, adding $25 to the handset’s base price. It also sounds like these will be 32GB-only options, giving us a price of just about $475. Sales are set to open next Tuesday, November 24.

That puts their arrival just days before Black Friday, and while we wouldn’t expect to see these new models get price cuts so soon after their debut, that could mean some big deals on other Motorola hardware – and big enough that you may want to hold off on any major smartphone purchase next week until we have the full picture on just what sort of sales are on the way.

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Source: Motorola

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