Moto Z Android Oreo update will land in ‘some time’

technicalstudio | March 22, 2018 | 0 | Mobiles

Motorola announced in September 2017 that, among many of its phones, the Moto Z would receive the Android Oreo update. About six months later, it looks like the software may soon be seeded to users around the globe.

The anticipated upgrade has made its way to Moto Z owners in Brazil, teasing that Moto is sampling its wares on one region before blasting it out on global basis. The South American country isn’t a typical launch pad for new software, though Moto seems to have just as strong a presence there as it does in any other region.

According to a post made on Lenovo Club, the forum used to make official announcements by parent company Lenovo, those living in the US or Europe will have to wait for ‘some time.’ How long is that? As with anything relating to Android software, it could be minutes, days or, as a worst case scenario, weeks until we see it arrive on our handsets.

What to look forward to in Oreo

Whenever Android Oreo arrives for the Moto Z, users will be able to take advantage of its marquee features, most notable of which is the picture-in-picture mode. Need to minimize a YouTube video to check on your calendar? Tapping the home button will move the video to a corner of the screen, letting you multitask without missing a beat of the action.

This article was sourced fromTechRadar

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