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Motorola Commits to Updating Moto X, Droids to KitKat

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Nov 1, 2013, 7:47 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Motorola's support site revealed that the handset maker plans to update some of its more recent smartphones to Android 4.4 KitKat. Among those to be updated are all variants of the Moto X, as well as the Droid Mini, Ultra, and Maxx. The latter three are sold by Verizon Wireless. Older phones, such as the Droid Bionic, RAZR Maxx, and Droid 4, will remain on Android 4.1.2. Timing for the update will depend on the carrier and the exact model in question.

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Nov 1, 2013, 7:17 PM


is a running joke.
Why because they can make a phone better than you could ever hope to make?

Nov 4, 2013, 10:40 AM

Motorola - Idiots.

With google owning them they should have taken over by now. They have the best radios / reception / build quality in general, but they are mentally ill about updating their expensive phones.

But instead of flooding the google play store with unlocked stock devices with no crapware at a great price, they continue to suck-off losers like Veriscum, losers that lock phones and losers that charge confiscatory rates for international roaming. Losers.

And this rubbish with lines of phones that are Vz exclusive, how lame.

Yawn at motorola, get off the bench and start winning again with google behind you and UPDATE YOUR PHONES to 4.4 and STOP BEING A WHIMP.
obviously you've never used a MOTO X. Its an awesome device.

Why would my mother ever in her life care that the bootloaders of her android phones are locked. If you care about it so much then unlock them and stop whining.

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