Verizon has previously said the HTC One max would be available sometime "this holiday season." That announcement came back in mid-October and by way of Twitter and while there is plenty of unknowns in terms of the launch, the chatter had gone quiet. Simply put, despite the fact a month has past, Big Red has yet to follow up with any additional details for the release.
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 recently unveiled the long-rumored Moto G, however the Moto X has had quite a bit going on lately. The handset dropped in price across the US carriers and perhaps just as exciting of news for those who had been hoping for a Moto Maker customized model -- that also came available across all four major US carriers. That of course, includes Verizon Wireless.
Motorola announced the Moto G earlier this morning and as a lead in for the event, there was some talk of Kit Kat on the Moto X. There wasn't anything specific offered in terms of carriers, however Motorola did say Android 4.4 Kit Kat would be arriving for Moto X users in a "matter of weeks." Naturally, that depends of successful tests and carrier approval.
Moto G was announced by Motorola earlier in the day. Motorola detailed the specs and price points during the event and even touched a bit on the availability. The Moto G will be available in select markets from today, however it is not expected to arrive in the US until January. Motorola didn't specify any carriers, however it looks like one has stepped up.
Verizon's Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo confesses that its 4G LTE network is experiencing no small amount of usage pushing it beyond its capacity. This could cause LTE networks to go down to 3G in big cities like New York, San Francisco, and Chicago, where data usage is exceptionally higher.
rumors and early sightings, Motorola has opened up the Moto Maker customizations for all four major US carriers this morning. Or in other words, customers outside of AT&T are now able to move forward and purchase a customized Moto X. Otherwise, the Moto X is priced at $99.99 on a two-year agreement and at the moment, the Moto Maker site is reflecting an estimated delivery of four days.