The Moto X has been well received by just about everyone who’s seen it. The one problem that most have is the devices availability on the other U.S. carriers and oversees. Thankfully we get some more light shed on when the Motorola handset will hit another cell provider as T-Mobile is next in line.
Magenta’s CEO, John Legere, announced through his Twitter account that the Moto X will be arriving on T-Mobile’s network in September. Unfortunately, Legere didn’t spill the beans on a specific date. The company showed its attention to carry the phone after Verizon announced it will bring the device to customers on August 29.
Regardless to which ever date T-Mobile chooses to sell the Moto X, it won’t be able to offer the Moto Maker customization feature to its customers, due to the AT&T exclusive. So if you’re on T-Mobile expect to get the same old white and black options.
However, it would be cool if John Legere and company shocks us with an extra third color option beside the white and black choices. We’re all just going to have to wait and see what happens in the month of September, which is right around the corner.