Sprint Moto X to Receive Android 4.4 KitKat Update Starting This Morning

Users of the Sprint Moto X smartphone all over the world received some great news today, concerning the long awaited Android 4.4 KitKat update. The tasty chocolate is now available to be installed, starting with this morning. Several reports state that the Sprint Moto X has officially received the long-expected Android 4.4 KitKat, also enhancing same changes, otherwise seen with other carriers as well. Let`s take a look at a more detailed list with specifications that the 4.4 update is coming with: The Android 4.4 KitKat update comes with more refined navigation bars, changed full-screen mode, a much stronger security, support for color emoji and captioning, and other important tools for a better improvement of your device`s apps.

With the new Phone Dialer app, you have the opportunity of searching for your desired contacts straight from your dial pad.

Moto X from Sprint to Receive Android 4.4 KitKat Update Starting This Morning

Moto X from Sprint to Receive Android 4.4 KitKat Update Starting This Morning

Now you have integrated SMS/MMS messaging due to the improved version of Google Hangouts. You can set Google Hangouts as the default SMS app just by accessing your Settings, then Wireless and finally Default SMS app.

The NF Host Card Emulation app lets you have direct access to your loyalty plans, cards and much more.

You have got a new improved “touch to focus” option for your camera`s Focus and Exposure; with a new circular on your screen, you can drag your finger to make adjustments to your photo’s focus and exposure.

New editing options are added for your gallery, with features like advanced cropping, adjustments to color, contrast, exposure and more.

Of course, the “Find my phone” command couldn’t have missed. The update enhances a new command to Touchless Control. Just speak up loudly “OK, Google Now-find my phone” and your Moto X will ring loudly to tell you where it is.

As our source states, Google has found the best solutions for Moto X; the device is Google`s little brother, so what to expect from that?