Sunday 17 November 2013

Moto G to launch with Android 4.4 in US and India

Indian and US consumers waiting for Moto G would be happy to know that over one and a half months of wait from now to the expected Moto G launch won’t be a total waste. According to Mark Randal, Senior Vice President, Supply Chain & Operations at Motorola, Moto G will be coming with Android 4.4 pre-loaded in India, US and other South-East Asian countries, where the phone is being launched in January 2014.

According to Randal, Motorola is releasing Moto G in two phases, the first phases is currently going-on, when the smartphone is being launched in Brazil, Europe and Latin American. The second-phase will begin after Christmas, about which time it expects to complete developing Android 4.4 Kitkat for Moto G, and the counties getting the phone in phase two will have KitKat out of the box.

About the markets that are getting Android 4.3 running Moto G, they will all be upgraded to Android 4.4 by the end-of-January 2014, added Mark.

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