If you laid out a mere £135 in the UK for a Moto G sans contract, you now have another reason to feel smug: your handset is the first to get KitKat in Britain, apart from Google's Nexus devices. The company just announced that all users of the handset in the UK can now grab Android 4.4.2 and all that it entails -- like better speed and security, a full-screen mode, gallery photo editing and, love it or not, the new Hangouts. If your Moto G hasn't notified you yet about the new version, you can manually update it now -- to see how, check the source.
Moto G becomes the first non-Nexus phone in the UK to get Android 4.4 KitKat
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