Motorola launched a Pure Edition version of the Moto X along with the standard carrier versions earlier this month. The motive behind launching this model was to give users a stock experience with no carrier branding or bloatware pre-installed. And it seems like this version of the Motorola flagship is about to get a lot better as the company is reportedly gearing up to issue an update which will introduce support for more 4G LTE bands.
The update will bring support for LTE bands 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 and 17 while the smartphone only supports 2, 4 and 17 as of now. This will bring the device on level pegging with the AT&T model which offers the same amount of 4G LTE bands.
Unfortunately, Motorola failed to give a specific timeframe for the rollout of this update, but it shouldn’t be too far away as the developers are already believed to be working on it. However, don’t be surprised if the wait is a little longer than expected. Either way, it’s good to know that there will be an update to bring support for those missing LTE bands.
Via: Phone Dog