One of the bigger (and valid) complaints about the Moto X has been that the custom versions have been exclusive to AT&T. But if this image pulled from Sprint's internal Playbook is any indication, we could see it coming to the Now Network in a week's time.
"On 11/11," the memo reads, "Motorola launches its Moto Maker capabilities to Sprint, allowing customers to customize their own Moto X devices."
It then goes on to mention the same customizable features that Moto Maker has sported since launch. You can choose the back color, 16 gigabytes or 32GB of memory, a custom boot message, which wallpaper you want showing at first boot, your Google account already attached, and any available accessories.
Missing, still, is the custom engraving and the awesome wood backs that Moto showed us at the launch event this summer.
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