When the Moto G was released last month. Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside indicated the device would be updated to Android 4.4. KitKat by the end of January. Apparently being connected to Google comes with some benefits, like the ability to accelerate the development and release of Android updates for Motorola devices. Moto G owners will be happy to know that the update to KitKat is now rolling out to their devices, well ahead of schedule.
Along with the update to the operating system, Motorola is including other improvements. These include an improved phone dialer with improved search functions; improvements to the camera app, especially in the touch to focus feature; and new photo editing capabilities in the Gallery app.
Motorola also says users will benefit from additional support for print capabilities; the new version fo Google Hangouts with support for SMS/MMS messaging; and better support for the Square credit card reader.
Owners of the Moto G should see a notification appear on their phone to let them know an update is ready. If they can’t wait for that, they can head to Settings –> About phone –> System updates and then download and install the update manually.