The 2nd-generation Moto G is now getting Lollipop. That is correct, the Nexus phones and tablets are not the first ones getting a major update this time.
This isn’t a soak test, but is the full release. The OTA update comes at a size of 386.7MB, a lot nimbler than some other platform’s updates.
Since Motorola’s UI is nearly stock, you should be getting most if not all of the features that Lollipop has to offer, including Material Design, lock screen notifications, Project Volta, and more.
With the 2nd-gen Moto G being the first out of the gate with a Lollipop update, other Motorola handsets should be getting their updates soon, along with the Nexus devices. If you have this device, go ahead and download Lollipop now.
Source: Ars Technica