Motorola has scrapped recent reports that talked of Android Marshmallow soak test for the Moto X Pure Edition 2015. The company, however, confirmed that it was working on a testdrive for the new Android software upgrade for the handset.

Earlier in October, reports suggested that Motorola had started sending out surveys for a soak test to owners of Moto X Pure Edition, which could be for Android Marshmallow. However, Motorola's product manager David Schuster has dismissed the rumours.

"There have been a couple reports of a Marshmallow 'soak test' that has started for Moto X 2015 Pure Edition. Just want to make it clear that we have NOT started a formal 'soak test'. We have started a small TestDrive for the Marshmallow upgrade on Moto X 2015 Pure Edition. We will be conducting these tests for the next couple of weeks. Pending the feedback during this test cycle will determine the timing of a full soak test," explained Schuster in a posting on his official Google+ account.

Motorola released a list of devices, eligible to receive Marshmallow upgrade, which includes new additions in the Moto X series. Although, the company did not mention the timing of the roll-out, it said, "As for timing, we have high standards, so we'll work fast but we won't push the upgrades out until we know they're ready. Look for more news on timing in the coming weeks."