It is very easy for new phones to get lost in the crowd nowadays. There are many options available,
and they are looking more and more like one another, with the software experiences also getting more
similar with every passing year. With distinguishing factors becoming limited, it will come down to
personal preference on user interfaces (stock android vs HTC Sense vs Touchwiz, etc), and the small
freebies and features each manufacturer offers. Motorola arguably offers the most bang for your in this
respect. Not only does it come with a free bumper case, but it offers literally hundreds of customization
configurations that no other manufacturer can come close to.
You may be saying "well, I normally like to put a case on my phone anyway, so why would I case what
it looks like?". Well, that is what the bumper case is for! Beyond that, you could always get a clear case
to get full protection and full view of that beautiful back...cuz, baby, this phone got back. The smooth
rounded back conforms to your hand better than most "flat" options out there, and is available in several
material, including leather, wood, and soft plastic. There are hundreds of combinations available that
allow the consumer to choose a primary back color, a primary front color, and an accent color that applies
to the front speaker grills and the long "camera bar" in the back that leads to the signature "moto dimple".
I have posted my phone as an example, and a few others courtesy of android central.
You can head over to the moto maker site to start building yours today. You can get a real feel of what the
phone will look like with that tool, and play around with as many configurations as your heart desires.
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