Verizon has announced today that it has begun rolling out an update for the Droid Turbo. If you had your heart set on Lollipop, it doesn't appear that it's coming with this update. Rather, it will bring Verizon's Advanced Calling 1.0, which enables VoLTE and simultaneous voice and data.
The announcement was made from Verizon's news center, and the carrier says it will be rolling out in phases starting today:
A software update for the DROID Turbo by Motorola will be pushed out in phases starting today. The update enables Advanced Calling 1.0 so customers can enjoy HD Voice and Video Calling with other compatible Verizon smartphones. The update also enables simultaneous voice and data use so customers can talk and surf the web at the same time. Customers will be able to manually download and install the software update later today by going to Settings > System Updates > Check for System Updates.
Have you managed to score the update yet?
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