The hottest Android upgrade is supposedly now available only in Brazil but is expected to roll out in several other areas soon. Consumers report that the beginning of the rollout on a Lenovo forum, which US and European markets will need to await some opportunity to find the upgrade.Moto Z Android 8.0 Oreo Update Starts Rolling Out: ReportsThe Motorola Moto Z was first established at June 2016. It was subsequently introduced in India afterwards in October running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The identical year, the business rolled out the Android Nougat upgrade for smartphone.

But, Moto Z users may now expect to get the hottest Android Oreo OS soon. According to a ribbon in an Lenovo website, the Android 8.0 update comprises the March security limitation and weighs in at approximately 1.4GB, as reported from The Android Soul. The upgrade can be obtained as an OTA but may also be manually downloaded onto your smartphone. The upgrade’s software version is OPL27.76-51 and you’ll be able to go to Settings > Around Telephone to check for the newest upgrade, whenever it’s available.

It includes 4GB of RAM and packs 64GB of storage which may be enlarged up to 2TB by means of a microSD card. So far as the cameras are involved, the Motorola Moto Z packs a 13-megapixel main camera on the trunk plus a 5-megapixel front shooter to get selfies.

Meanwhile, the Android Oreo upgrade brings Background limitations, Autofill, Smart text choice, and Picture-in-Picture mode. In the same way, the new upgrade includes Android Instant App assistance and completely redesigned emoji set, flexible icons, and much simpler setup for unknown apps.

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