Shortly after Google has announced Android 5.0 Lollipop, the folks at Motorola announced they are trying to bring the new update to all their 2013 and 2014 smartphones "as soon as possible." Now we hear that Motorola has begun soak tests for a Moto X 2014 Pure Edition OS update. Unfortunately, it's not Lollipop.
As you may know, users who signed-up for Motorola Feedback Network are able to test new firmwares ahead of the public release. This allows the phone maker to test new firmwares on a bigger sample of users and see what issues may occur before the software it's ready for prime-time. Therefore, if you are a part of Motorola's Feedback Network then you have probably received an invitation to test a new firmware already.
The users who already got invited to take part to the new Moto X 2014 soak test say that the new update is mostly about fixing some bugs. Anyway, it looks like the new update is also about preparing the new Moto X 2014 to receive the Android 5.0 Lollipop update later this year.
Motorola is known for pushing fast software updates to their smartphones and, hopefully, this time will be no different. I remind you that when Google announced KitKat, Motorola rolled out the update for their supported devices only days after the new software was released for Nexus and Google Play Edition smartphones and tablets.
Did you sign up for the Motorola Feedback Network? Have you received the invitation to test the new beta release? Please let your fellow Moto X 2014 owners know in the comments section below.