Of course there are. I've seen some say the end of the year, but that's rapidly approaching. Others say early 2015. You can check the Motorola site and keep an eye out here on the forum for updates.
When I bought my 2013 Moto X one of the selling points for me was this was a "flagship phone" and would be on the "fast track" for updates since it had a more pure version of the Android OS. I think we can all agree that was a bold face lie. Motorola typically makes a solid phone, but by having so many different models, with apparently such different hardware components that it is difficult to make an OS work with all your phones, you're screwing yourself. Corrections, you're screwing you customers! You may want to take a page from the iPhone playbook and not have such radically different hardware (chipsets, processors, etc.) options, and just offer different software features or screen sizes if you want to offer so many different devices.
Very Frustrated Moto X owner
I prefer my Moto X 2013 model running Android 4.4.4 KitKat just as it is. The tech sites are reporting Motorola is working on Lollipop update for the 2013 model. With Google keep releasing maintenance and bug fixes for the Stock Android version, Motorola is likely holding off releasing anything until the base OS is more stable and Motorola can incorporate those changes in the version for the Moto X. Last I heard, they were looking at the Android 5.1 version as the build version slated for the Moto X. I had enough issues with Lollipop on my tablet that I glad Motorola is taking their time to get it RIGHT.
Now I'm out of here...
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I solved my Moto X/Lollipop problem and bought an iPhone 6! Love the phone and I am sure when they release iOS9 later this year, it will work with both of the current iPhones. Actually, it sounds like it will work with the 4S or newer....what a concept...Android should consider that! Oh yeah, that would be too hard because there are so many Android devices out there. Good luck with that Lollipoop update guys!