Verizon Droid Turbo 2 Star Wars designs come to Moto Maker tomorrow

You don’t need to be a big sci-fi fan to be excited about the next series of Star Wars movies on the way, and right now we find ourselves just days away from the premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Verizon has already shown its own Star Wars love with its Google Cardboard giveaway earlier this month, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Beyond presenting the official red carpet livestream from the film’s world premiere, and giving away 12,000 tickets to subscribers through its TheoryWars.com site, Verizon’s also getting ready to offer shoppers their choice of Moto Maker-configured Droid Turbo 2 handsets with custom character palates.

Verizon’s put together some looks for the Droid Turbo 2 that are inspired by Star Wars characters Poe Dameron, Rey, BB-8, a First Order Storm Trooper, and Kylo Ren. When paired with a character wallpaper accessed through an exclusive app, the whole package really starts coming together.

Admittedly, these designs aren’t really anything new – you can put together Droid Turbo 2 options in Moto Maker that give you these same looks already, just without the matching wallpaper. So while this news isn’t maybe quite as exciting as it could be, we’ve got to admit that the paired case designs with character wallpapers do look pretty sweet, and especially for a big Star Wars fan, it’s going to be easy to fall in love with the look of these phones.

The customized Star Wars Droid Turbo options hit the Moto Maker tomorrow, accessible both online and in Verizon stores.

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Source: Verizon

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