Update: And just like that, the bamboo-backed Moto X is now ready for lumber lovers everywhere.
Ordering a natural chassis for the handset tacks on another $100 (about £60/AU$112) to phone's normal sub-$100 price tag, as well as a longer shipping time into January.
Original article from December 16...
In a Google+ post, Motorola published an image of the Moto X's silhouette dotted-lined onto a slab of wood, with the caption "Put this DIY project on hold. Trust us."
Of course the real question now is, if a Moto X is called in the woods with no one around to hear it, does it still ring?
TechRadar's blips are made of fine mahogany, and are a better read than many leather-bound books.
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