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Motorola says promised Lollipop update is coming ‘really soon’ to 2013/2014 …

Motorola says promised Lollipop update is coming ‘really soon’ to 2013/2014 …

Motorola says promised Lollipop update is coming ‘really soon’ to 2013/2014 …
News from Phandroid.com:

While it feels like it was only yesterday when Lollipop began rolling out to the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition and Nexus devices, for some, the wait is leaving more of a bitter taste in their mouths. This seems to have something to do with relatively small few who get to enjoy the bugs and memory leaks that come with early adoption, while everyone else with older Motorola devices is forced to wait on the sidelines with their old, stable Android firmware while Google n’ Motorola work on ironing out all the bugs. As we mentioned before, there were a handful of them.

Today, Motorola software engineer Luciano Carvalho…………… continues on Phandroid.com

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Google unleashes build-it-yourself ‘Ara’ SLABLET phones (in Puerto Rico)
News from The Register:

Google will this year launch its modular DIY smartphone, dubbed Project Ara, but only in the US territory of Puerto Rico.

Ara, announced by Google 15 months ago, was developed by Motorola’s Advanced Technologies and Products (ATAP) group as a fully modular system where components such as batteries, screens, GPS and cameras, can be swapped in and out of a basic smartphone framework.

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Google took on the project when it bought Motorola and kept the ATAP team (and Motorola’s patents) when it sold the firm on to Lenovo. Now the Chocolate Factory is going to get its first phone to market in the Caribbean, it told attendees at the Project Ara module developer’s conference in Mountain View, California.

Puerto Rico has a number of advantages for the launch, Google explained. The relatively undeveloped landline system means 77 per cent of locals use mobiles as their primary provider. The mobile market is also relatively competitive; AT&T leads the market with around 25 per cent of users, but local p…………… continues on The Register

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