Motorola shares Android 4.4 news for last year’s RAZR HD series, Atrix HD

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Motorola has Android 4.4 on its mind, as should be patently obvious from the pace at which it’s been working to make KitKat available to its users. We just told you a couple hours ago about the Verizon Moto X update going official, and we’ve already started getting confirmation from subscribers. That’s just the tip of the iceberg, however, and now we’re learning more about the Android 4.4 fate for a number of the company’s older Androids.

Earlier this month, we saw Motorola confirm KitKat updates for the Moto X (obvo) and this year’s Droid Ultra series (Mini, Maxx, and all). For a bunch of other models, details simply weren’t ready yet. Well, today we see that Motorola’s update status tool has some new information to report, revealing that members of last year’s Droid RAZR HD family, including the RAZR M and developer models, are in-line to get some Android 4.4 updates of their own.

Beyond those, we see the Atrix HD on AT&T and the Electrify M on US Cellular are also tapped to make the journey to Android 4.4. Sure, there are plenty of Motorola models we’re sad to see getting letting left behind, but we’re still happy that as many are being updated as they are.

Source: Motorola
Via: Android Central

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