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Verizon customers with the Motorola Moto X invited to join soak test, could be Android 4.4

Verizon customers with the Motorola Moto X invited to join soak test, could be Android 4.4
Screenshot from Verizon branded Moto X taking part in the soak test
Amid talk that the Motorola Moto X is just "weeks away" from being updated to Android 4.4, owners of the Verizon branded version of the device are receiving invitations from Motorola to take part in a soak test. Motorola conducts these tests to seed a small number of devices with a software update. This way, the wholly-owned Google subsidiary can make sure that everything is working as it should before rolling out the update to the remaining handsets not covered by the soak test.

To participate in the soak test, you need to own a Verizon branded Motorola Moto X, be a member of the Motorola Feedback Network and swear to keep information pertaining to the test confidential. You can read the email sent by the Motorola Feedback Network below. While there is no guarantee that the soak test involves Android 4.4, the timing would seem to indicate that Verizon's Moto X users will be getting a break of that KitKat bar.

Our source tells us that this update could be the same one that brought LTE band 4 to the latest batch of Motorola DROID models for Verizon.

Thanks Anonymous Tipster!

source: DroidLife

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