It looks like Motorola isn’t messing around when it comes to updating the Moto X over to Android 4.4 KitKat. Not only did the update start rolling out to Verizon users this week, but earlier today we reported that AT&T’s update soak test has begun. Not too far behind, here comes T-Mobile with the KitKat update as well.
Unlike AT&T, this isn’t a soak test, but the actual full rollout. Of course we can expect the update to be pushed out in phases, so don’t be surprised if it takes a few days or more to reach you.
As for what’s all changed here, it looks like pretty much the same things we already saw with the Verizon update. That means there is Android 4.4 and all of its new features, alongside some Moto-specific changes including touchless control improvements and the like.
Here’s the full change-log for those that are curious:
When HTC first announced its plans to bring KitKat to the One within 90 days or less, we were impressed — but Motorola’s speed with the Moto X is nothing short of amazing. Now all that is left is for AT&T to announce it’s full rollout, and then all we are waiting on is Sprint and U.S. Cellular.
Have you received your KitKat update for the Moto X yet? If so, what do you think so far?
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I have the XT1053 International Version on T-Mobile, this wouldn’t throw an OTA update on my device would it? I’m hoping it will!
eFFING BULLSHITE. What about the Nexus 4, you know, a bloody NEXUS, in Australia???