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According to recent information, soon Lenovo will start rolling out the Android Nougat 7.0 to several Motorola devices, namely Moto Z, Moto X, Moto G and Moto E. The only thing missing in order to complete the process is the fact that Google has not shared the source code for the latest operating system with Lenovo yet. However, Lenovo previously declared that Moto G2 (the second generation of Moto G) will not be supporting Android 7.0, since its processor is not compatible with the new operating system.



The previous version of the operating system was Google Android Marshmallow 6.0. It was released last year and it rolled out first to Nexus devices. Only after that it was sent to Moto devices. This is why users expect the companies to do the things in the same way. As it seems, the 7.0 update for Moto G, Moto Z, Moto E and Moto X phones will arrive to the users later this year.

As mentioned before, Google has failed to share the source code of the operating system with the other companies yet. As soon as they will do so, companies will make their own modifications to the software and will release it to users. Apparently Google will send the source code towards the end of this month, while later this year the Moto mobiles will receive the upgrade.

Motorola offers more than 10 different phone models that will be upgraded to the new Android Nougat 7.0. As we already mentioned, unfortunately the Moto G2 users will not be enjoying the upgrade since their phones’ processors do not support the OS. By October it is expected for the new OS to reach Moto Z Force, Moto Z Droid, Moto Z and Moto Z Force Droid. In November Moto X series, Moto X Force, Moto X Style and Moto X Play will be upgraded, while the rest of the Motorola phones will receive it later.

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