Motorola is now seeding the official Android 4.4 KitKat firmware update to the dual-SIM version of Moto G. It is available over the air and weighs about 230MB.
Currently the update is seeding in Malaysia, but we expect other markets to get it very soon.
Just as on the other Moto G versions, the update brings Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Project Svelte optimizations, new Dialer app, updated Hangouts with SMS/MMS support, updated Google Now and the latest version of Google's Photo gallery with Auto Awesome feature, if not installed already.
The standard model of Motorola Moto G has been already brought to the KitKat bandwagon, while the newly released dual-SIM Moto G is getting it just two weeks after its launch. It's nice to see Motorola is working hard to support its smartphones. Hopefully it will continue to do so once it becomes part of Lenovo.
May I know Moto g3(2gb) have "dual sim active" or "dual sim standby" mode?
You can't do that as it supports Dual Sim on "STAND BY" mode. Not the active mode.
When in India I will get lollipop for moto g