When Motorola released its flagship, Moto X smartphone, one of the most talked about features was the ability to order a fully customized version of the device. Unfortunately, that feature has been limited to AT&T since the phone's release and for the most part, only AT&T customers have been able to get their hands on a customized Moto X.
It appears that Motorola is about to change that if a leak by @evleaks is true. This morning a Twitter post by the infamous mobile device leakster was posted that suggest that Motorola will release Moto Maker to Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile by the beginning of next week. This opens up some pretty cool customization options for the handset on all of the major US carriers at a unprecedentedly low price of $149 for the top end model.