Back in October last year, Motorola announced a list of devices that the company said will receive the Android Lollipop update. The list included the DROID Ultra/Mini/Maxx. However, it has now been announced that these handsets won't be receiving the update.
The announcement was made by Motorola's senior director of software product management David Schuster on Google+. "We know how important software upgrades are to our customers, and we're very sorry that we are unable to provide the upgrade," he said in the post.
Schuster, however, said that the company is compensating for this by offering DROID Ultra/Mini/Maxx users discounts on the Droid Turbo 2 and Maxx 2 - the former will be available for $524 ($100 off), while the latter will cost $334 ($50 off).
The offer expires on Thursday, May 19, and the promo code must be redeemed by Thursday, June 2. For more details, head to the Source 2 link below.
Motorola is not treating us well at all because phones of the same age are getting lollipop updates so it is not too late to rescind this particular decision because it is not every customer who can afford those phones. droid ultra is still a very go...
motorola is not treating us well at all because phones of the same age are getting lollipop updates. we still want to be loyal to motorola so should re-consider their decision it is no too late to rescind this decision.
If you try to get the $100 update rebate from Motorola you get rejected,saying you phone does not exist,another way to push you to another brand.