It almost seems impossible nowadays for a company to keep a product under wraps until it's officially meant to be unveiled, and one recent example is with Motorola's third-gen Moto G. While we learned last week about its expected specs, the company itself leaked even more information, all revolving around customization.
As a recap, the third-gen Moto G will sport a 1080p display, a Snapdragon 610 SoC, and a sweet boost to 2GB of RAM. While 8GB will be the default storage option, users will be able to expand it up to 128GB with the use of a microSD card.
On its own website, Motorola has revealed the customization options for its Moto G, via its "Moto Maker" service. The options are quite nice, with two front housing color options, and ten for the back. There's also ten "accents" you can choose from.
Motorola will also be selling FlipShells in five different colors, which will retail for $20. As the shot above highlights, the latest Moto G will be kitted out with ten wallpapers that perfectly suit whichever color combination you go with.
With the beefed-up specs this Moto G will boast, it's hard to say if it will cost the same as the previous two models. If it does cost the same (~$200), it might actually offer enough to convince current Moto G owners to upgrade.