Some days ago Motorola refused to reveal what its smartphones would be to receive the new Android Pie. Worse still, the company owned by Lenovo had said that it had not even begun the process of adapting this version to its device.
This last point may even be true, but Motorola has now taken a step in the right direction. Without major detours, here we finally find out what the Motorola smartphones will receive the Android Pie 9.0.
About two years ago, Motorola was the champion in system upgrades. Lenovo was doing a fantastic job in this field with one of its sub-brands.
However, this has deteriorated over the years to the point that some mid-range models have not even received the Android Oreo yet. An example of this is the Motorola Moto G5S which has not yet estimated to receive the awaited update.
Android Pie 9.0 will reach these smartphones Motorola
But with a new version of Android in the market it is time to look at this too. Now that Google has officially released Android Pie 9.0, users can not wait to receive this version.
So, and after some controversial statements, here we have the list of Motorola smartphones to update with Android Pie.
Motorola smartphones Android Pie 9.0 List
Moto Z3 Play
Moto Z2 Force
Moto Z2 Play
Moto G6 Plus
Moto G6 Play
The novelty was given on the official blog of the brand. Here we have the new tops of the company’s range, as well as those of last year. We also have the famous Moto G6 launched this year and the Moto X4 presented in 2017.
Nevertheless, Motorola declined to disclose a timeline for the availability of this update. Indeed, we can still be months away from the arrival of Android Pie 9.0 to these models. Already this version of the operating system will make these Motorola become smarter. In the words of the brand, the more you use your smartphone, the better the experience.
There will be many more new features, such as a new way to navigate the menus, a new Do Not Disturb mode and an application that will give you a sense of how much time you spend in front of your smartphone.