Even though Motorola is no longer owned by Google, the company is still rolling out Android updates for its devices as if it they were specifically tailored for Motorola devices. The company has started rolling out the Android 4.4.3 update for the Moto X, Moto G and Moto E. For now, the update is rolling for T-Mobile users on Moto X, Moto E in the US and Brazil and Moto E in the US. Although, we’re certain it won’t be long before the update is rolled out for other regions.
The update brings the common changes including bug fixes, security patches and a new dialer. The Moto X also gets a new camera update for better exposure control, more realistic flash coloring and improved low light photos with the front camera. There’s also a new button to pause video recording in the middle and resume it at a later point. The, a new Motorola Alert app can send periodic alerts to select contacts.
Out of these, the Moto G only gets Motorola Alert and video pause, while the Moto E gets nothing more than the stock Android features.
It’s commendable rolling out the updates on the first day. We only wish once the company is fully in Lenovo’s control, things don’t change much.