Good news, AT&T Moto X owners: It looks like you're now one step closer to sinking your teeth into a tasty KitKat treat.
A new report out of Android Central claims that Motorola is kicking off the Android 4.4.2 soak test for AT&T's Moto X today. We first caught wind of the impending test last week, and it's said that the update was slated to begin pushing out this afternoon. No other information about the update has been revealed.
The T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon and Sprint flavors of the Moto X have already been bumped up to Android 4.4.2, leaving AT&T customers as the last U.S. carrier-branded Moto X users without the latest version of KitKat. The good news for those folk is that these most of these soak tests seem to have gone pretty quickly so far, and so it may not be long before the full-on push begins.
In other Motorola update test news, Droid-Life has gotten word that Moto is now inviting select DROID RAZR HD owners to a mysterious "test drive." Emails are being sent out to members of the Motorola Feedback Network that've shown a willingness to provide feedback on updates in the past, and Motorola describes this test as being "special."
That's all that we know about this test drive right now, but Motorola has previously confirmed that the DROID RAZR HD is slated to be updated to KitKat at some point. It seems unlikely that Motorola would be this secretive about a maintenance update — unless it wanted to be really cruel, that is — and so any of you that are still rocking a RAZR HD may want to start getting hungry.