Hop on over to Motorola’s website and you can already engage with the company’s Moto Maker tool to start customizing a new Moto G – well, so long as you’re not demanding the not-currently-available 16GB/2GB option. But while the third-gen Moto G has found a home with the Moto Maker, Motorola’s new flagship Moto X has yet to make a similar appearance. We already have a good idea of what to expect when it does, though, with Motorola showing off a number of custom Moto X Style (Pure Edition here in the States) options when launching the phone last week. Now a new leak attempts to complete the picture, previewing all the Moto Maker selections users can hope to choose from.
From wood finish options, to new Saffiano leather backs, the new Moto X Style will have lots of details for shoppers to consider when customizing their phones. They can start with three aluminum frame colors (with a pair of lens options), move on to a choice of seven metal accent shade, and finish with a contracting back – in addition to those exotic material options we just mentioned, they’ll also find a bunch of more traditional patterned backs in hues hitting warm, neutral, and cool notes. All told, these combine to give users nearly 400 ways to design a unique Moto X Style look.
Sales of the new Moto X should get underway next month, but with this chart you can get a head start on thinking about the custom design that’s perfect for you.