Several online reports are dropping hints that Moto X 2013 and 2014 will get the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop before the Android M. The latter is scheduled to roll out next week.
After the Moto G 2013 and 2014 presumptions that they will get Android 5.1.1, now the same presumptions are circling around the Moto X 2013 and 2014. The latter update is said to roll out either in December or January (2016 for the latter month).
Also several users have already got their hands on the soak test that is available in two parts. The second one is also the biggest, taking up 712MB of space and this will boost your device to Android 5.1.1. The ultimate version of this system is no. 222.26.7 as noted by Droid-Life. But, currently there is no word on when the update will arrive. However, according to multiple reports if all goes well with the tryout, the software might just reach the general public in the upcoming week.
Expect the Moto X devices to get the Android Marshmallow OS in the upcoming future. On September the 29th the long-awaited for operating system will have its coming out party. On the same day, Google is presumed to unveil the Nexus 5X and 6P devices.
But, just to give you a heads up here, the Moto X handsets will be last ones from the entire Motorola series to get the Android M. And of course the first ones will be the Moto X Style and the Moto X Pure Edition.
Because Motorola used to be a mobile section that belonged to Google, this was among the first to embrace its newest update. However, because it’s taking the carries so long to bring the operating system upgrade to the phones, some of these devices might still be on hold.