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The Android Lollipop 5.1.1 will hit the following Motorola devices:

  • Moto G (2013 version),
  • Moto G (2014 version),
  • Moto X (2013 version),
  • Moto X (2014 version),
  • Moto E (1st and 2nd gen),
  • Moto E 4G LTE (2nd gen) in the near future according to the Yibada site.

Expect Motorola to bring this major update to other devices as well but for now as far as dates are concerned, this is still a blur.

Moto X Style (Pure Edition) vs HTC One M9 2

The Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update is all about bug fixes, new additions such as the USB-Type C and the fingerprint sensor. There will also be new themes involved and an improved Material Design with some amazing animations.

Android Lollipop: Down Memory Lane

Android Lollipop was made public back in June 2014 and in 2015 there have been several upgrades released for this version. The updates that rolled out came with enhancements regarding the overall aspect of the Android Lollipop and of course it mended some glitches here and there. And with the upcoming arrival of Android M 6.0, carries worldwide are in a hurry to roll ou the newest variant, the Lollipop 5.1.1 to tablets respectively handsets.

According to Gospel Herald “For now, some Motorola handsets have gotten the earlier Android 5.1 Lollipop. These include the Moto G 3rd Gen, Moto E (2014 variant) and Moto E (2015 variant)”. The site continued saying that “Android 5.1 Lollipop is available on the unlocked versions Moto G 1st Gen and 2nd Gen”.

Moto G 2015

GottaBeMobile strongly believes that the Moto X devices are on top of Motorola’s list regarding the Android update. “All 2nd Gen Moto X owners in the United States should be on Android 5.1 Lollipop, and if not, head into settings and check for updates manually. Some smaller regional carriers may still be waiting, but all the major carriers have delivered the latest release,” the site concluded.

Surprisingly, the Moto E devices immediately received the 5.1.1 update. And as for the Moto G series, there are some models out there that haven’t received the update yet, but not to worry because sooner or later it will happen.