The first phone completely built under Google’s ownership since it acquired Motorola Inc. in 2011 was the Motorola Moto X and now company is working on the cheaper version of the phone dubbed as Motorola DVX, which is reported to come in at-least four different back panel choices. The cheaper version of the Moto flagship has been roaming around the web from a long time now but there is no crucial information is leaked by any online leaker at the moment regarding this device.
Now if a Chinese source is to be believed than we can expect the cheaper Motorola DVX to arrive in four different interchangeable panels. A leaked photo of the phone is posted on a Chinese forum Weibo
which suggests that the phone will arrive in Green, Pink, White and Black color options.
Changeable covers in the mobile phones is not really a new thing because to remind you the original Motorola Moto X was launched with 18 different interchangeable cover panels which users can use to customize their devices according to their own likes. And now, it looks like that the search engine giant is going to offer the cheaper version of the same phone with at-least four back panel choices.
Some of the recent leaks on the internet also suggested that the cheaper Motorola DVX might be released on the Telecom Operator Republic Wireless in the US. More details regarding the cheaper phone are surely coming soon, so keep checking the blog for the latest updates to know more about it. Maybe, Google might also launch the cheaper version of the phone in India too.