It would have been bad enough if any Android manufacturer had left two recent high-profile phones off its Marshmallow upgrade list.
It would have been bad enough if one of those phones had been last year’s flagship.
It would have been bad enough if the other had been released a mere eight months ago.
It would have been bad enough if one of the phones had been sold specifically under the promise of “great customer service and software upgrades that continue long after you buy” it.
And it would have been bad enough if the manufacturer in question were Motorola — a company that built its entire reputation around the promise of timely and ongoing upgrades.
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