The latest KitKat software with Android version 4.4.4 is currently rolling out for a number of Motorola devices and will continue for the company's other popular Android-powered devices.
Previously, Motorola announced that the Android 4.4.3 update will be skipped for a few of its devices in favour of Android 4.4.4. Motorola then cited the delay in Android 4.4.3 was due to the recently discovered OpenSSL bug, which Google fixed in the Android 4.4.4.
Motorola has now, via its official blog, revealed the Android 4.4.4 update status for its devices. The Android 4.4.4 has already started rolling out, which contains all the features of Android 4.4.3 including a new dialer, ability to pause during video recording, enhanced camera image quality and improved security for the OpenSSL bug.
The Android 4.4.4 software for Moto G is currently rolling in Brazil and India, whereas for Moto E the update is now live in Brazil, France, Canada and Asia Pacific. Besides, Motorola has released the update for Droid Ultra users in the US.
The update will be available for the company's other devices soon. Those who have not received the update notification should check the software update page to see if the update has been upgraded.
Earlier this week, Motorola released the Android 4.4.4 update for Droid Maxx, Droid Ultra and Droid Mini via the latest soak test, reports Android Central. The OTA update weighing in at 285MB brings improved camera performance, fixes for visual voicemail and compatibility with the ISIS mobile payment system.