Motorola teases upcoming Android 4.4 announcement

Motorola teases upcoming Android 4.4 announcement

Android 4.4 just made its debut with the Nexus 5 – and right now it is the best Android can get. We just heard that Google will update the Nexus 4, 7, 10 and Google Play Edition of HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 in coming weeks. Also HTC said that Android 4.4 is coming to One within 3 months, but it seems Motorola also got something up their sleeves. Motorola just shared this picture below on Google+ and said “We hope you’re as excited about this Halloween treat as we are! More to share soon…”

KitKatAndroid_10.31Our Android guts says that this is Motorola’s way of saying ‘coming soon’, and we all know that Motorola Mobility is now under Google, so Droid devices and especially Moto X might be one of the first devices to receive Android 4.4 update. Although, nothing is written on stone, but apparently this is what Motorola is pointing at.

So Motorola fanboys, are you excited about Android 4.4? Tell us in the comment box below.

Source: Google+

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