Motorola has been extremely fast in pushing out the Android 4.4 KitKat update to the various models of the Moto X. It has been pretty impressive actually. Now, Motorola is closing in on the finish line by starting the rollout of the KitKat update for the US Cellular model of the Moto X. The updates began, surprisingly, with Verizon
before Google had even started the KitKat rollout to the Nexus 4. Updates followed soon after for the T-Mobile
models of the Moto X. That only left two more CDMA models of the Moto X to get the update: US Cellular and Sprint. With the US Cellular rollout starting, all that is left is the Sprint model.
As we've heard with the previous rollouts, the majority of the update is just the standard set of Android 4.4 features, including the new dialer, UI tweaks, Hangouts with SMS support, and new photo editing tools. The only additions on the Motorola side of the software are improvements to the camera, including new slide controls for focus and exposure.