Sorry, first-genowners, you won't be seeing an Android 5.0 Lollipop update. Not to worry, though, you'll soon be right back on track with the . In fact, the same goes for a couple of other models, too.
According to Motorola's David Schuster, the first-generation Moto X, and select models will skip Android 5.0 and update directly to Android 5.1 release.
Motorola employed a similar tactic for the, skipping an already-outdated version of Android in favor of the most recent OS version.
There is no indication when the software update will roll out for the respective models; it will likely be a few more weeks at the least. Google has only, and it takes some time for vendors to test their new OS builds in the real world, especially if they're adding a layer of their own custom software on top.
On a positive note, Motorola is known for a stripped-down and nearly stock Android experience. This means it takes less time to put the platform through its paces, ensuring it plays nicely with its hardware and preloaded apps.