Motorola Rolling Out Android Lollipop Update For Moto X (2014) and Moto G (2014)

By Vivek
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Motorola recently released the Android 5.0 soak test for this year's Moto G and Moto X smartphones and now the Lenovo-owned company has started rolling out the Android Lollipop for the same phones. However, the new update is just rolling out for Moto X (2nd Gen), Moto G (2nd Gen.) U.S. GSM and Moto G (2nd Gen.) Global GSM versions sold in the U.S.

Motorola Rolling Out Android Lollipop Update For Moto X and Moto G

 

Like every other updates, the company will be rolling out the new Android L updates in phases. The Moto G and Moto X 2014 edition will get to see the Android 5.0 update will bring Material Design UI to enable natural touch screen interactions.

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The improved UI will manifest a vivid new colors, typography, and edge-to-edge imagery. In addition Motorola has introduced new settings dubbed as "Downtime" and "Interruption" that lets users toggle notifications for select apps and people.

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Also, a new "Guest Mode" has been added in the update. Finally, flashlight is added to quick settings and battery settings panel now shows an estimated projection for how much time you have left even while you're charging.

Further, users can also enable a new battery saver mode that will save power by reducing performance and most background data operations to extend your battery life.

Via a blogpost, Motorola said, "We're working hard with our carrier partners to bring this update to more of our devices as soon as we can."

It is not sure, when the update will hit the Indian market. But it can now be expected soon.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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