moto-x-review-11Are you someone who loves to follow tradition? Well, the folks over at Motorola do, and it involves sending out invites to a limited number of owners to test out an upcoming update. This particular pre-released update test is known as a “soak test”, and through the act of doing so, it will minimize the amount of possible negative backlash if the firmware or software update did not perform as intended, and not only that, it would also ensure that Motorola would receive the necessary feedback to make the official launch of the software update as issue-free as possible.

Well, we have heard that Motorola has just sent out a bunch of e-mail invitations to AT&T customers who own the Motorola Moto X, and these invited folks will have to respond positively if they would be like to be a part of the soak test. First of all, you will also need to be a member of the Motorola Feedback Network and register your Motorola Moto X. Who knows, some folks are wagering that this could very well be a test for an update that was the same as that which T-Mobile customers received recently to make its rear camera all the more capable?

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