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Motorola website adds Android 5.0 Lollipop update page: find out when your device will get it

The final version of Android 5.0 Lollipop was revealed recently and many users have been clamoring to discover when they will get the update. Now Motorola has made it even easier for you to determine if and when your device will get a piece of Android 5.0 Lollipop action thanks to a dedicated page on its official website

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Go to the Motorola website and select your device and carrier to view its Android 5.0 Lollipop update status. / © Motorola

'We know what you're thinking. "Will my device receive an upgrade? When? How?" Never fear...all the information's right here," says the Motorola web page. Motorola has already confirmed that the Moto G (2014) and Moto X (2014) (as well as the older versions) will be getting the upgrade before the end of the year, and it has even been confirmed for the Moto E, but now Motorola is seeking to provide all the information for each of its devices in one convenient place.

Just go to the website, enter your device and carrier, and Motorola will give you the details on its Lollipop status. As of yet, Motorola device owners are unable to see an exact date for the update, only that it will or will not arrive on their device. Hopefully more information will be added in the near future. 

Head over to our Which phones and tablets are getting Android 5.0 Lollipop and when article to see the complete list of devices expected to receive Android 5.0. Are you excited to see Android Lollipop 5.0 on your Motorola handset?



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  • My1 Oct 28, 2014 Link to comment

    "and it has even been confirmed for the Moto E"
    it would wonder me is the E WOULDN'T get an update, considering its youth and the fact the Moto got quite serious in updating...

    • Low specs. Dual-core, 1 GB of RAM, sometimes less-powerful devices struggle with new software. Old or not. Just highlighting Motorola's commitment to Lollipop hehe ;)

      • My1 Oct 28, 2014 Link to comment

        well from KK onwards Droid was made to also run on low-spec phones so I dont think it's that much of a problem.

        I have KK with a Custom rom more or less running on the Galaxy S Wifi 5.0, which is old as hell

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