Motorola Moto X, Moto G To Get Android L Update

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Recently, rumors made a round in the tech community which hinted at Android L update for Motorola's Moto X and Moto G. But apparently, the news was suppressed with a statemet that said that it came out off a fake Motorola Germany account.

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Motorola Moto X, Moto G To Get Android L Update

However, with the dust settling down, now again the same news has hit the online world. This time around, it could be possible as it comes from a seemingly more legitimate source - an official customer representative.

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But again, it's not the internal personnel who confirmed it but a desk-person who is not frequently reliable in scenarios as we have in hand. However, even if the news is correct, Moto E will loose out on this update.

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Since the news itself is too vague, we are also not completely sure about the release date. However, if rumors are to be relied upon, than we'd say that the L update should reach Moto X around the end of 2014.

Truth be told, Android L is still in the developer preview phase, while several smartphone makers have already been eying on it. Motorola smartphones have mostly pure Android and get very timely updates. Now the Moto customer support is claiming that the Moto X and Moto G will definitely be getting the L update.

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On the other hand, HTC has already announced that it will roll out the L update within 90 days of receiving the source code from Google. Nexus devices will get Android L in the fall as well.


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