Well, well, look what we have here. I still don’t have it on my 2013 Wi-Fi Nexus 7 and it hasn’t been officially released for the Nexus 4 or cellular Nexus 7 at all. It’s very interesting to see the way Google’s handling this rollout, considering that the Moto X is technically Google’s only non-Nexus device and is sold through traditional channels. Perhaps it’s more of a statement for other OEMs to consider. Regardless, it’s weird that not all the Nexuses have it yet. The article also includes a link to a hands-on video of KitKat running on the Verizon Moto X. There are some interesting differences between it and the Nexus 5.