So, you have your Moto Z or Moto Z Force. You have your $125 Moto Mods Developer Kit. And now you’re about to start your solder iron.

But if you are not this theoretical person that has all this stuff and are wondering what the heck you’d get into in developing your own Moto Mod, Lenovo has booted up a proper site for you.

The site is simply and it has resources on what you can do with your kit, what you need to look out for and example materials stored on GitHub for free.

The site also opens up the pathway for third parties looking to mass produce to partner with Motorola for resources to make that happen.

Source: Motorola
Via: Android and Me

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