Google has officially passed Motorola to Lenovo in a nearly $3 billion acquisition deal.
While Motorola was under the control of Google, the company’s phones received faster upgrades and were outfitted with “pure” iterations of Android. Even with the acquisition, those things will not change, according to Motorola Mobility president Rick Osterloh.
The company will remain headquartered in Chicago, and almost none of its smartphone plans are changing. Osterloh says “pure Android and fast upgrades” are two things the company is dedicated to with its smartphones.
In the near future, Motorola has plans to quickly get Android 5.0 Lollipop onto its smartphones, just as the company did with Android 4.4 KitKat.