Moto X's developer edition comes in straight up black and white.
Some things about Motorola's Moto X are unconventional, like its funky curved back and assembled-in-America customization. But the rollout of the Moto X, which began with AT&T and slowly spread to other carriers, has been painfully conventional.
Finally this week, tinkerers got their wish as two developer editions of the Moto X and another for Motorola's Droid Maxx went on sale, all with unlocked bootloaders.
There must have been some pent up demand for digging into the digital guts of Motorola's latest offerings as the Droid Maxx Developer Edition and CDMA version of the Moto X Developer Edition that comes with a Verizon sim card are both already out of stock on Motorola's website. Both phones sell for $649. Apparently, that price tag doesn't come with the opportunity to customize your nerdy Moto X in Moto Maker. The order page only offers a "special black and woven white Developer Edition design."