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T-Mobile Moto X Joins Verizon Model with KitKat OTA, AT&T Coming Soon
Well, hello there, Moto! It seems like we’re seeing quite a new Motorola as of late, and we can’t help but think that this may largely be due to Google’s influence. First, we saw the Verizon variant of the Moto X become one of the first non-Nexus devices to receive Android 4.4 KitKat. Next we saw Motorola promise to deliver the 4.4 update to some of its older devices. And just yesterday, we saw the company revisit some of its questionable warranty policies.
Now, Motorola is continuing this trend by extending the KitKat love to the T-Mobile variant of the Moto X. Just like what we saw before on the Verizon update, Motorola wants to keep the update relatively close to stock Android. In other words, they wish to complement, rather than compete with, existing Google services. Similarly, it looks like AT&T users will soon get in on the action as well. As XDA Forum Member dansskittles shared a few days ago, some AT&T users are now receiving Email invites to participate in the Android 4.4 soak test.
We hope this trend continues. But for now, good job, Moto. Head over to the Moto X forums to get in on the discussion or look for captured OTA files.
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