On Friday, AT&T announced that it will begin offering Motorola’s new flagship handset, the Moto X, on August 23. Starting then, customers will be able to get their hands on the standard black and white versions of the Moto X. Moto Maker shipments (for customized versions of the phone) will also begin on Aug. 23; however, those who registered for early access will be able to get their orders a few days earlier on Aug. 19.
AT&T will also be stocking Skip, Motorola’s PIN-free unlocking tool, and all Moto Maker orders will include a free Skip accessory for a limited time. According to Engadget, major AT&T retailers will also offer a Moto X design studio to show off the different options available to users looking to build their own Moto X handset.
AT&T will offer the Moto X in both retail stores and online come the 23rd, starting at $200 for the 16GB variant and $250 for the 32GB variant with a new two-year contract. Additionally, with AT&T Next, consumers have the option of getting their hands on a 16GB model for $27 per month and the 32GB model for $32 per month.