Android KitKat for Moto G Dual-SIM rolls out in PH

Just a few weeks after the initial roll out, the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for the dual-SIM variant of Motorola’s Moto G is now seeding in the Philippines.

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When Motorola started to sell the dual-SIM variant outside of the U.S.A., it was carrying Android 4.3 Jellybean on board. Now, the latest Android Kitkat can now be downloaded via OTA and will bring improvements and enhancements like the Project Svelte optimizations, a new Dialer app, an updated Hangouts with SMS/MMS support, and an updated Google Now.

We are also currently working on our review of the Motorola Moto G so stay tuned.

This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

14 Responses

  1. Nikki says:

    i don’t like the update of kitkat on my phone. the os makes it laggy

  2. Fernie says:

    Still waiting for the Android 4.4 Kitkat update for my LG G2. I hope it comes real soon.

  3. I have the single sim variant. This is really better than my HTC One X. That battery life, crazy!

  4. Jim Paul says:

    Just got mine updated. So far so good ;)

  5. abusinalsal says:

    Hindi ba laggy ang phone nato dahil 1gb ram lang?

  6. xzc says:

    Kimstore has the dual sim variant 8/16 GB.

  7. alan cuarto says:

    @ariel san ka sa malaysia? wala ako makita sa melaka… dun lang kze kami nkakababa eh…

  8. Ged says:

    Correct me if im wrong the Moto G
    (All variant single/dual sim, 8/16GB)
    Are not yet available in the philippines. (Except online stores)

  9. ariel says:

    scratch that, kitkat is now available for Moto G in MY. updating now.

  10. Abudaldal says:

    Motorolla has been acquired by Lenovo, so I’m guessing phones will be serviced in already established Lenovo service centers

  11. ariel says:

    still waiting for kitkat to be rolled out here in MY for my moto G

  12. Nicole says:

    May official service center and support ba ang motorola in PH? How do you get the parts if you need it to be fixed? TIA!

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