Thursday, 8 December 2016

7.0 Update for Moto devices

 



Motorola is an OEM well known for its fastest android updates. Recently two of their devices Moto Z Force and Z were updated to the latest Android 7.0 update which made the devices daydream compatible and also ironed most of the bugs out and made the devices much more faster and efficient with great new features like battery optimisation, multiscreen support and many security updates

Recent Tweet by Motorola Officials of Germany have suggested that Moto G4plus ,G4 and G4play are going to receive the long awaited nougat update this month and that too before Christmas. Certainly a good news for the users of the device because its been a while since Moto released the soak test for the device.


The tweet also continues saying that the Moto Z Play will receive the update on January  and then followed by Moto X Pure Edition (3rd Gen) / Force / Style / Play, Nexus 6

The Changelog of the update can be seen HERE

Motorola also thinking of adding a "Hello Moto" bootanimation with the nougat update to their devices


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Thank You for your patience
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Nougat Update for Zuk Devices

 




Zuk is a well known Lenovo brand all over the world who began their journey holding hands with Cyanogen OS and launching their 1st device Zuk Z1.

A year later Zuk Z2 and Z2Pro was launched worldwide which created a buzz in the midrange by offering the cheapest device to run on a Snapdragon 820 chipset.

Nowadays most of the OEMs are tending to keep their device upto date with the latest Android OS version and so Lenovo has recently confirmed that both the ZUK Z1 and Z2Pro (Z2 not yet confirmed) are going to receive the awaited Android 7.0.

                   
     
The Android 7.0 update will come in form of a new version of their ZUI OS. The new ZUI  2.5 update is scheduled to roll out before the Spring Festival which falls on January 28.
But there is a catch for the ZUK Z1 users they will receive the update as an open beta update at that time and not a full rollout.



Source:Gizmochina