After announcing update for the Moto G II generation, there had been a lull in the world of updates on the Motorola devices. Till last year, Motorola was one of the first OEMs to push the latest updates on their devices as seen with the KitKat updates and that has earned them the reputation of being the first to bring the updates after Nexus smartphones. However, call it the after effects of the fact that Motorola is now Lenovo owned or just plain an exceptional case, the updates have been lousy and slow to come out now.
However, finally the giant seems to have woken up and today Motorola announced via social media that they would be releasing the updates to the 2013 and 2014 devices. This would include the likes of 1st generation of Moto X, Moto G as well as the Moto E. Motorola Engineer Luciano Carvalho took to his Google+ page to announce the news.
He announced that the company is gradually rolling out the updates primarily because of the bugs that have been found. As a result it would be a little while before your region will get the update depending upon where you live as the bugs are being found and worked upon as and when users send the feedback.