Developers can now get unlocked boot loaders without voiding the warranty on their Developer Edition devices. It might be the most significant, supportive change to policy we’ve ever seen for the Android platform.
Motorola promised that Kit Kat would be coming to the Moto X in a "matter of weeks" when they announced the Moto G earlier in the month. The specifics were light at the time, however as we often see with Android updates, the specifics would come down to successful testing and carrier approval. That said, it looks like the AT&T test period has begun.
Motorola likely surprised a few when they announced the Android 4.4 Kit Kat update had begun rolling out for Verizon Moto X users. In this case, that means Big Red is pushing an Android update even before some Nexus devices are getting it. Shock from Verizon aside, Motorola has also offered a bit of an update in terms of Kit Kat coming to some other handsets.
Motorola has confirmed the Android 4.4 Kit Kat update for Verizon Moto X users. This of course, follows the series of rumors that began after details of a soak test leaked. Motorola hasn't offered a full breakdown of the timeline, however they have said the update will begin rolling out for Verizon Moto X users as of today.
surfaced last week. At the time there was little in terms of specifics, however speculation and hope brought thoughts of Kit Kat. That of course, came as a result of comments we heard during the Moto G announcement where it was said the Moto X would have Kit Kat in a matter of weeks.
Motorola was pursuing a foray outside the USA with the Moto X. Saying they were curious about the EMEA region for the X, Frost left it very open-ended.
Motorola officially announced the Moto G at an event that took place in Brazil earlier in the week. The event included details on the hardware and software as well as the pricing and even a bit about the availability. Motorola has the Moto G launching with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, and while they promised a Kit Kat update by January, it looks like some markets will see the handset launch with Android 4.4.