By Alexandra Burlacu | Aug 17, 2013 08:14 AM EDT
Motorola has recently unveiled its new Moto X flagship and now the company is offering a bunch of accessories to go along with the new handset.
The Moto X is one of the most-anticipated smartphones of this year and there's a lot of hype surrounding this device. It is the first handset to launch from Google and Motorola since Google acquired the company and it has the search giant's fingerprint all over it. It offers unprecedented and unparalleled customization options and now Motorola is offering several Moto X accessories designed to maximize the user experience.
Motorola has teamed up with several manufacturers such as Incase, Griffin and Power Support to create accessories for the highly-customizable Moto X. Accessories include various cases, docks and screen protectors and interested customers can now find 14 such gadgets on Motorola's website.
Incase, for instance, has two different cases for the Moto X. A basic Snap Case made of plastic will retail for $29.95, while a Pro Shell version with a rubberized frame for better grip and increased durability will cost $34.95. Considering that Moto X's customization options allow users to choose their preferred colors, the Incase shells are clear so they don't block out the user's choice for the handset. Customers can also choose between different colored frames for the cases and they can also opt for an anti-glare or a regular screen protector. A shock-absorbing film set is also on the table.
The Moto X will also have two docks, one for the desk and one for the car. The Navigation dock comes with a suction cup for the car's windshield and will cost $39.95. The Moto X will automatically go into Car Mode when placed into this dock. The power dock, meanwhile, will sport the same price tag as the Navigation dock. Other than charging the handset, this dock doesn't have any other specific use.
Motorola's accessories page for the Moto X has some of these items available already, while others are listed as "coming soon." The smartphone is expected to launch on all four major carriers in the U.S. on Aug. 23, with the customizations options exclusive to AT&T until November.
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