U.S. Cellular’s Motorola Electrify M smartphone is now getting the Android 4.4 update. This comes almost a year and a half after the update was originally launched by Google. The smartphone was announced on U.S. Cellular back in November 2012, so it’s well over two years old in the market.
Back then, Motorola had a real hard time keeping up with update promises, partially due to the heavily skinned version of Android its devices were running. Things are different with the current crop of handsets like the Droid Ultra and the Moto X, which pack a relatively stock version of Android.
Despite all the delays, users will be glad to know that U.S. Cellular and Motorola haven’t forgotten about them as far as the update is concerned. Unfortunately, the rollout of the update comes a couple of months after Android 5.0 Lollipop was announced, so users are still not getting the latest version of Android.
If you own a U.S. Cellular branded Motorola Electrify M and have started seeing the update already, make sure you let us know by leaving a comment below.
Source: U.S. Cellular
Via: Android Police