Take this for what you wish, but I had a chat with a moto rep on the help app on the moto x. This is the conversation we had, less the names and email.
06/17/2014 10:53 AM
[10:47:36 AM] Hi, my name is **Redacted**. How may I help you?
[10:48:17 AM] **Redacted**: Hi, quick question. I have the sprint variant moto x. Is there a 4.4.3 upgrade in the works like the T-Mobile variant?
[10:49:31 AM] **Redacted**: Hi **Redacted**, yes all customer will receive the 4.4.3 upgrade regardless of the carrier
[10:49:51 AM] **Redacted**: Can you please confirm me your email address **Redacted**? Just in case I need to send you some information
[10:50:12 AM] **Redacted**: ***@gmail.com
[10:50:43 AM] **Redacted**: Thank you so much **Redacted**
[10:50:49 AM] **Redacted**: My pleasure.
[10:51:09 AM] **Redacted**: And you should receive the upgrade shortly **Redacted**
[10:53:14 AM] **Redacted**: Is there something else that I can do for you **Redacted**?
[10:53:33 AM] **Redacted**: No, that's it. I greatly appreciate your help today.
[10:53:39 AM] **Redacted**: You are welcome **Redacted**
[10:53:46 AM] **Redacted**: Contact us back anytime!
[10:53:48 AM] **Redacted**: Have a fantastic day.
[10:53:57 AM] '**Redacted**' disconnected ('Concluded by End-user').
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Originally Posted by bigbadwulff
That conversation leads to me to believe he was saying for all Sprint customers. But I'm sure others will get it also.
Let's hope they improve the %@# dialer!
The rep said for all customers regardless of carrier. To be honest, I'm a little surprised that people doubted that Motorola was going to push updates for all Moto X phones. It seems clear since the phone was released, and since the G and E were released, that Moto will be aggressive about updating these phones.
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