Android 4.4 KitKat is already upgrading Moto G
Motorola is rolling-out the Android 4.4 KitKat update to Moto G earlier than planned
When Motorola officially announced and released the Moto G it put the focus on the pure Android experience that the phone assures for its users with the latest updates in the software. The affordable smartphone has a lot to offer to mobile users who are looking for decent device, packed with all the modern features and offered at reasonable price.
When Motorola Moto G was launched the company announced that it will receive the newest update Android 4.4 KitKat in the beginning of the year. This was really good news for the owners of the phone. Now a nice surprise is coming up from Motorola. The company officially revealed that it is rolling-out the update earlier than planned. Instead of waiting for the first weeks in 2014, owners of Moto G that is purchased from the US Amazon or the official website of the company are getting it now. Motorola promised that the other countries will be receiving 4.4 KitKat real soon, and as we can see the company is proving that it keeps its promises.
The improvements in the new update are numerous. For example, it brings the capability for printing photos and emails directly from the phone. A new feature in the platform brings great convenience for using your device if it is protected with PIN to lock. Thanks to the improved Touchless Control users will be able to unlock their phone without PIN but with no risk to harm the privacy of their personal data. It is still protected by PIN so even if someone steals your device, your information will not be accessible. The new update boasts the feature for voice entering of the PIN. The camera app is also enriched with some of the features we have seen in Motorola Moto X. Some of the most noteworthy improvements include language support for more languages, Drag to Focus and Expose, locking exposure when you are taking photos in Panorama mode. As always, the update brings some important bug fixes and improved the performance of the device in general.