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The 2014 Moto G is the first smartphone to get Android Lollipop

Moto G is the first smartphone to get Android LollipopOf course Motorola is actually the first to update its devices. After LG surprised us by saying that it would Moto G is the first smartphone to get Android Lollipop. This comes just days after its bigger brother, the Moto X, was Android Lollipop roll-out, but it appears the Moto G has curried favour this time around.

Assuming unlocked devices are starting to be updated as we speak, Moto G devices locked to carriers will hopefully see the update in the very near future. Likewise, the Moto G’s 2013 version should also see the update soon seeing as the major difference between this year’s version and last year’s version is this year’s version has a bigger screen (and unfortunately worse battery life). We’d expect the Moto X’s update to start rolling out soon too, but we’ll call that one when we see it.

What do you think about the fact the 2014 Moto G is the first smartphone to get Android Lollipop? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Source: Ars Technica via Phone Arena

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