Motorola Moto Smartphones Now Receiving Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update in India

By Prarthito

Here's some great news for you if you own any of the three newly launched Moto series of devices from Motorola -- Moto E, Moto G and Moto X.

According to reports, users of the Motorola Moto series of devices in India, reportedly, have started receiving the Android v4.4.4 update for their phones. The update, as you would brings, all the updated love that's on offer from Android.

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Motorola Moto Smartphones Now Receiving Android 4.4.4 KitKat Update


While we are yet to receive a word on whether the new update is alo hitting the Moto X, it has already been reported that both the budegt-level Moto E and the uber popular Moto G have already been treated to the update.

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As we mentioned before, the update brings forward some improvement in the overall device performance and management. This is a minor update so don't expect boatloads of thing to arrive, though. These are basically minor fixes to improve the phone on an overall, and importantly its battery life.

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To manually check if the update has arrived, check your phone's Settings -- About Phone -- Check for Updates. And remember to be patient as the update is arriving in phases.

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