Hello, No Smartphone Manufacture rolls out a Android 4.4 Update for his Devices based on Medfield Architecture.
Then what is the Sense in programming and testing coded Apps on a 4.4 Image thats running on a PC, if no Smartphone Devices are out there where the Apps can finally run on.
Especially Like the Motorola Razr i XT 890, a highly accepted and loved Device in most European Markets like Germany.
Or the Lenovo K900, a very Nice Device wich i would buy too, thats Saled in Certain Asian Countrys.
There are a lot of Customers who would buy Smartphones with Intel Architecture, and Intel will get some Parts frome the Smartphone Cake.
On Intel Sites you still can find a lot of old Descriptions of this Devices today and you can still buy those Devices in Stores in Germany.
So i can not explain whats the Reason that those Devices got no Kitkat Update. Whats the Reason?
Still Motorola himself can´t give a officiall Statement that a Update will came in the Future. So i think its a Intel Side Reason, or anything else maybe?
On XDA Developers many users saying Intel won´t publish the Source Code.
A Statement from Intel if there´s a bit Hope for an Update on Medfield would be nice. Otherwise, if this procedure will lead to a view in the Future with Intel based Smartphones. I think Intel will fail so Hard in the Smartphone Market that they can give up with trying to are better then ARM.