Motorola begins soak test for Verizon Moto X, more than likely the camera update other carriers already pushed out


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T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T have all pushed out the camera ‘n bug fixing update to the Motorola Moto X, and here we were thinking Verizon customers wouldn’t be seeing the same update until much later down the line. If the new round of soaks tests for the Verizon Moto X is any indication, looks like we could be seeing that update sooner than later.

Some lucky members enrolled in the Motorola Feedback Network have been receiving emails notifying them of a soak test for the Verizon Moto X is underway. The email doesn’t give a changelog or any details as to what the update entails, but we have a feeling it’s the same one everyone else already received to address camera and call quality, bugs, and the like.

Moto X Soak Test camera update

Looking to enroll in the Motorola Feedback Network? All you have to do is update your Motorola profile, then opt-in for the Motorola Feedback Network here. After receiving the welcome email in your inbox, you can then register your device for a chance at receiving early updates like this. Unfortunately, signing up now probably means you missed out on testing this particular update, but it doesn’t hurt to try.

[via Android Central]

Chris Chavez
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  1. It’s a shame that a near perfect phone otherwise has such a mediocre camera. Sadly this update doesn’t save it from results posted online.

    I think at 4.7″ with thin bezel it’s the maximum size I’d want to see in a phone. Fast performance, *non-pentile* AMOLED display, excellent battery life and near stock Android. The camera tests were just so poor.

  2. Huh, Verizon got the update before Christmas. I lose that bet.

  3. Headline appears to have switched Verizon for Motorola.

  4. Wrong headline please fix.

  5. Verizon knows how to mess up a phone. Hahaha

  6. I bet they’re doing this minor update so they can push 4.4 and skip 4.3

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