Motorola Moto G gets Android 4.2.2 update


Vodafone has confirmed it will offer the handset with the OS, with pricing to be announced “soon”

Motorola has announced all Moto G handsets are now ready to be upgraded to Google’s latest operating system, Android 4.2.2.

The device was unveiled by Motorola on November 13 and went on sale in the UK mid-November but the Android 4.2.2 update only became available on the smartphone yesterday (January 7).

Vodafone, which currently does not stock the device, has said it will offer the updated version but has declined to say from when and how much it will cost.

O2, Phones 4U and Carphone Warehouse already offer the the Motorola Moto G, which has a 4.5-inch screen, five megapixel camera and costs around £130 SIM-free.


  1. I have just purchased a Moto G but am very disappointed with its ability to pick up a signal in our Yorkshire Dales location. My previous phone was one of the cheapest Samsungs you could buy and it could pick up a clear signal anywhere in our house. The Moto G can only manage two bars in one limited area of the house. Why is it so poor? The Moto G appears a great phone in all other respects.