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Motorola releases Android 4.4 update for Moto G ahead of…

Motorola releases Android 4.4 update for Moto G ahead of…

Motorola releases Android 4.4 update for Moto G ahead of…
News from The Verge:

The inexpensive, yet surprisingly good, Motorola Moto G has only been on the market for a couple of weeks, but it’s already getting its first major software update. Motorola announced today that Android 4.4.2 KitKat, the latest version of Android available from Google, is now available for the entry level phone. The company had initially expected to release the update in the early part of next year, but it was able to beat that target by a couple of weeks.

Like the Android 4.4 update for the Moto X and other Motorola phones, the Moto G update offers a refined user experience and performance enhancements ove…………… continues on The Verge

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News from GigaOM:

7 hours ago Dec. 21, 2013 – 5:58 AM PST

Motorola announced a pair of KitKat upgrades this week, making it the handset maker to deliver Android 4.4 the soonest. First the new Verizon(vz)(vod) line of phones — the Droid Ultra, Maxx and Mini — received the new software and as the week ended the Moto G followed suit. Motorola promised KitKat to the latter phone in early 2014. So what’s going on?

A welcome change in the Android world is what’s going on.

Motorola is doing something with the platform that has been desired for a long time. The company is keeping the user experience and interface fairly standard, like the Nexus line of phones, but engineering ways to add useful new features. This helps the handsets stand out from the crowd, keeps them simple to use and perhaps most importantly,…………… continues on GigaOM

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