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Motorola Moto G4 finally gets Android Oreo

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Motorola Moto G4 finally gets Android Oreo

Motorola had already revealed for some time this device Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus they would eventually receive the update for Android Oreo. However, the manufacturer has not revealed a specific date for the possible arrival.

The Motorola Moto G family of smartphones is one of the most popular of the manufacturer and eventually, users began to get frustrated with the delays. Especially after seeing several other smartphones already running the Oreo version, and after the Android Pie has been released.

Now, after the Moto G5 has recently received the update for Android Oreo, now comes the turn of the older Moto G4 and G4 Plus. According to the latest information, the beta testing phase of Android Oreo for these smartphones is already underway.

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Motorola Moto G4 will finally receive the update for Android Oreo

I recall that both smartphones were launched in the first half of 2016 and that this will certainly be their last official update. I say, official because it is possible that some developers end up developing custom ROMs with the Pie version.

Although not as technologically advanced as Android Pie, especially with regard to artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, Android Oreo also brings a lot of new features. Especially when compared to the current version Nougat present in smartphones.

Motorola Moto G4 will finally receive the update for Android Oreo

 

It’s never too stressful that this is a trial version. So it comes with several bugs and possible malfunctions. For you to try this version, you need to have the bootloader unlocked and the TWRP recovery. Therefore, it will not be advised to less experienced users.

Although there is no additional information about a possible arrival date of the stable version. There is no doubt that these are great news for these two smartphones. Putting them one step closer to the final version of Android Oreo.

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