We're starting to see more and more devices receiving nightly builds for CM14.1, and the latest batch includes the following. . .
- Samsung Galaxy S III, Sprint model (d2spr)
- OnePlus X (onyx)
- Motorola Moto E 2015 (otus)
- Motorola Moto E original (condor)
- Motorola Moto G4 and G4 Plus...
According to the similarity in model numbers, the newly leaked Lenovo Vibe C2, could be in fact the next generation Moto E. The reason for the difference would be due to the Vibe C2 being released with Lenovo branding in Asia with the Moto E being released elsewhere.
The Moto E might be Motorola's entry level smartphone, but at least the company hasn't forgotten it completely.
While the device is still stuck on Lollipop, Motorola has announced they are pushing out April's Android security patches to it.
Motorola is now pushing out the Android Marshmallow update for the Moto E in India. The new software build includes Now on Tap, Doze, an updated app permissioning model, as well as Google's February security patch
There have been reports citing a Lenovo executive that claims the Moto G and Moto E are being discontinued. The Verge has been in touch with Motorola and they are told that neither of these two devices are going anywhere.
Cyanogen is still hammering away at the 13th release of their ROM. CyanogenMod 13 is going to be based on Marshmallow, and nightlies for two new devices have started -- the HTC One A9 and the 1st Gen Moto E. You can flash nightly builds to test new features and updates early, but note that the...