Yesterday we saw Motorola start distributing invitations to a launch event scheduled for next Tuesday, with the intent of welcoming “a new addition to the European Motorola family of products.” That sure sounded to us like bringing an existing Motorola phone to the EU, rather than launching a fully new one, and we wondered if it might be the Moto X. And even if it was the Moto X, would we see the same kind of Moto Maker customizations as are available in the US, or just get a couple generic black and white options? While nothing’s still official, a Motorola job posting sure seems to strongly hint a few answers.

As you can see below, Motorola is looking for people to head-up Moto Maker for “international integration” in the UK. Seeing as the Moto X is the only phone that uses the Moto Maker, we have to admit that this very much looks like we’re talking about bringing the Moto X – and all those custom options along with it – to European Android fans.

Even if we’re wrong, and this isn’t technically the Moto X we’re talking about, we’re still going to be looking at a Motorola handset with custom Moto Maker options for a whole new market – and that’s enough to be excited about on its own.


Source: Motorola (ID 1300021J)
Via: Droid-life

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