The latest version is 5.1 but only about 1.4% of all android users are using lollipop... how can a latest version has a small share of users?
Latest version but small users, whats the point of having the latest version out but only a speck of dust is using it
The price of this devices in Indonesia ranged $70-$80 with the same specs of 4.5" FWVGA screen, 1.3 GHz Quadcore processor (MediaTek), 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage (expandable up to 32GB), 5MP back & 2MP front camera, dual SIM card, 1700 mAH battery. Not bad considering the price
Well your in the Philippines and not the UK and yours is a 2nd Generation model Moto G.
First Generation Handsets should have had their updates at the same time Worldwide if their not network locked and not network branded.
AnonD-64830, 04 Feb 2015So Android 5.1 is now available. Lenovo Motorola in the UK still has not issued Android Lolli... morefor your info just received lolipop 5.0.2 upgrade yesterday feb.04 here in the philippines on my motorola moto g 2nd gen ! unit originated from india.
South African S5, 04 Feb 2015Lol still no lollipop for me just 4.4.2welcome to the club.
Stupid Samsung Galaxy Avant
i hope this fixes the trusted face bug on the nexus 6 it is 99% unusable for me
So Android 5.1 is now available.
Lenovo Motorola in the UK still has not issued Android Lollipop even in 5.0 Version for Moto G 2013 or Moto X 2013
What is Lenovo Motorola doing?
Hopefully there not going to do the dirt on people who have these phones and expect them to buy new phones as people will leave Motorola in droves and buy other brands.
How do google expect their partners to come with quick updates, when there is a bugfix just around the corner when they finally start shipping the major update.
Google need to get their act together, and either fully test their releases, on multiple devices. Or build a system where bugfixws ans other smaller updates can be done without the need to update the whole OS.
Customers will suffer by having version of the OS, withs bugs. Or features mistakenly taken out.
And Google partners will suffer with a bad reputation for never beeing completely up to date.
Silent mode added after missing on Android 5.0
General improvements in system stability
Improved RAM management
Fixes for sudden application closures
Improved battery management
Excessive consumption of network devices when used Wi-Fi fixed
Issues with wireless connections fixed
Problems with "Okay Google" function solved
Notifications problems solved
Some sound problems experience by certain devices fixed
Other improvements and changes
Changes in the material design color palette, addressing user complaints