Motorola officially became the first OEM to roll out the Android Lollipop update for their device.
And guess which is the first phone to get the Lollipop update? It’s the budget friendly Moto G 2nd Gen.
Earlier today, we reported that Motorola was rolling out a soak test update for the same phone, but it appears that the unlocked variant in the U.S is already getting the update. Ars Technica reports that a 386.7 MB update is being downloaded on their Moto G 2nd Gen.
The official change log for the update can be found here. The 1st Gen Moto G 2013, which has the same internals is yet to receive the update. We will update this tory with more information soon.
LG was boasting to become the first OEM to roll out the Lollipop update, but Motorola didn’t need words to silence them, instead they put their plan to action to accomplish this feat. Google is also drawing flak from Nexus fans, who are furious that their devices haven’t received the Android 5.0 update yet.
On a side note, if you have a 2012 Nexus 7 WiFi tablet, you can manually download and flash the official Android 5.0 Lollipop Factory Image, more details on it can be found here.