While we are all wondering when Google will decide to officially release Android L and its Material Design-laden goods, those who own significantly older devices are in no way under the false impression that they will receive the update directly. One such device is the Motorola Droid X, which was released way back in July 2010 but is still used by quite a lot of people here on XDA.
This phone originally shipped with Gingerbread, and now it has received a pretty stable port of CyanogenMod 11, thanks to XDA Senior Member Aaahh. Yes, that’s right, a 4-year old device can run KitKat, and run it quite well. Initial ports were released back in March of this year, but recently the Droid X received an almost fully functional KitKat build. This is quite the achievement, considering that this smartphone has just 512 MB of RAM and a relatively slow CPU made by Texas Instruments–and we all remember the issues that the Galaxy Nexus faced as a result.
The only noticeable bug is unexpected camera behavior, which displays colors in blue–but it is probably still daily driver capable for all but the shutterbugs out there. When speaking about this port, we must also mention XDA Recognized Developer Quarx, who created a CM port for Motorola Defy, which was a base for Droid X.