The Verizon branded Moto X smartphone is now getting the Android 4.4.2 update, slightly after other carrier variants of the smartphone got the update. The U.S. Cellular and the Sprint Moto X got the update last week, so Verizon is not early by any means.
Since the Moto X on Verizon was already running Android 4.4, this is merely a point upgrade so the changelog doesn’t include a lot of new things. These changes include the auto HDR feature for the camera and some improvements to the in-call volume and MMS.
Since the Moto X is one of the many Google devices it receives Nexus like treatment in terms of updates. This is largely due to Motorola’s (past) association with Google and the fact that the Moto X runs a relatively stock version of Android. While this update doesn’t bring any drastic changes on board, users will seek solace in the fact that their smartphone is running the latest available build of Android while the likes of Samsung and HTC have only begun the rollout for its devices.
Via: Android Central