Today Motorola's CEO, Dennis Woodside, announced that the company's flagship Moto X smartphone will receive the update to Android 4.4 KitKat in just a few weeks. This comes just hours after the company launched its budget friendly Moto G smartphone that will have to wait until January to receive KitKat.
The update will bring forth a host of new and exciting features to the Moto X including new ways to incorporate all of your messaging apps into one, and new features for your contact list. Unfortunately, Moto X phones purchased through carriers will take longer to update as the carriers will each have to individually approve the update which means weeks of testing.
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