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Source: Motorola Begins New Test Drive Program With Earlier Software Updates

Source: Motorola Begins New Test Drive Program With Earlier Software Updates

Source: Motorola Begins New Test Drive Program With Earlier Software Updates
News from Android Police:

Beta tests for new software releases aren’t anything new for Android phones or tablets – they’re often referred to as “soak tests,” especially when manufacturers and carriers are involved. According to an anonymous tipster, Motorola is instituting a new confidential test program, giving at least some users access to much earlier updated builds for Android phones. Our source says that he or she was invited to test out a KitKat 4.4.2 build for the DROID RAZR M.

What follows is (allegedly) a forum post outlining the new Test Drive program, giving users instructions on preparation and flashing and delineating the difference between the new program and the more typical soak tests. The Test Drive will have a longer period of testing (a month or more, as opposed to a week or so with previous Moto soak tests), the possibility of multiple pre-release builds, and the expectation of feedback for every participant. In the event of an update that permanently damages the phone, Motorola will replace the hardware for the tester. Again, we have no way of verifying this i…………… continues on Android Police

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Motorola’s rumored Xplay phablet could launch in Q3 2014
News from Digital Trends:

It’s been a turbulent few months for Motorola Mobility. In January it announced Chinese tech firm Lenoovo would be acquiring the company from Google, then the following month it lost its CEO, Dennis Woodside.

Despite the changes, it appears the mobile maker is pressing ahead with plans to release a phablet, with reports over the weekend suggesting the company is readying a  6.3-inch device for a Q3 2014 launch.

Talk of a Motorola Mobility phablet first surfaced last October, and so it appears the recent upheaval within the company has apparently had little or no effect on plans to move ahead with the production of a phablet.

The information that the handset is being prepped…………… continues on Digital Trends

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