Soak test invites follow closely on the heels of news that KitKat is coming 'in a matter of weeks'
After hearing that the Moto X would be getting Android 4.4 soon, seeing Verizon users get a soak test invite is a bit intriguing. If you're not familiar, a soak test is where a group of people are chosen to do a sort of private beta test on the firmware, to make sure things don't assplode or catch fire before the software is rolled out to everyone. We see it a lot with Motorola devices, and it generally works well.
Of course, they also have soak tests for small, incremental updates — which this very well may be. Though the process is marked confidential, secrets like this are impossible to keep and we'll know exactly what the update is all about once it rolls out to the soak testers. Of course we'll keep a close eye on this one, and you'll know more when we know more.
If you're interested in getting in on some hot soak testing action yourself, have a look here to get started.
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