Since the new Android 7.0 Nougat is available and has started to appear on the Nexus devices, many fans are already wondering when their non-Nexus device is going to receive the upgrade. For now, Motorola has not announced the plans for their newly released phones, so many publications contacted them for an opinion.
As it seems, a Motorola spokesperson declared that users can see the upgrading to Android N starting with the Q4 for the Moto Z series and Moto G4. Q4 is starting in a couple of days, so by the end of the year you should be able to enjoy the upgrade if you are using one of the Moto Z, Moto Z Play, Moto Z Force, Moto G4 or G4 Plus devices.
However, the company did not say anything about the Moto X Pure Edition or other Moto G lines. They did not say when they are going to receive the update, or at least if it’s going to happen this year. Motorola did say that they are aware of the fact that upgrades are all about getting things right and ensuring that the phone remains at its peak performance. Also, they promised to share some other upgrade plans for more products and a specific timing later on.
Meanwhile, if you are curious to know more about your type of phone and when will it get the upgrade, there are a few more details available on the official Motorola website. There you can find some more information about their Marshmallow upgrades for older versions of phones, but also about the Nougat one. Even so, the information there might not be 100% accurate, since the company might delay the upgrading process for some devices if the tests are not going well or if they don’t reach an agreement with the device manufacturers.
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