Left to right: 4.7" Moto X (2013) with 720p, 5" Moto G (2014) with 720p, and 5.2" Moto X (2014) with 1080p

Left to right: 4.7″ Moto X (2013) with 720p, 5″ Moto G (2014) with 720p, and 5.2″ Moto X (2014) with 1080p

Android 5.1 Lollipop has been released for a while now. In fact recent Android distribution figures puts that particular version of Lollipop at 0.7% on all Android devices, and the good news for Moto X owners is that it looks like this particular build of Android will be making its way onto your devices for both the first-gen and second-gen models.

This is according to recent documents from Motorola that have been made public which basically shows a list of changes that Android 5.1 will be making to either device. Like we said Android 5.1 has been around for a while now but the fact that Motorola has made it public that the update would be arriving on both handsets is a pleasant surprise.

The changes introduced in Android 5.1 are pretty standard and expected, such as usability improvements, faster launch times, improved camera performance in low-light shots, and general bug fixes across the board. Unfortunately the changelog did not mention when the update would be released.

However given the fact that they have bee made public, we can only assume that it will be soon, so we guess we’ll just have to keep an eye out for it, so do check back with us later for more updates.

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