AT&T and Motorola have an update cooking for the Moto X
We've been tipped that the AT&T version of the Moto X has some new software ready for testing, and the usual method — a SOAK test — is about to begin. Members of the Motorola Feedback Network who have registered their Moto X devices are receiving invites to participate in "an early preview of a new software release."
We've seen SOAK tests from Motorola in the past for small, incremental updates as well as full-blown version updates. We've also seen T-Mobile (and possibly Sprint) versions of the X get an update that fixes the camera (among other things), and there's been a leak of Android 4.3 firmware for the phones floating around. We have no idea which of these it could be, or if there may be something new in the works.
We'll know more once the test software itself starts to arrive. See the full [redacted] text of the message Motorola is sending, after the break.