Want the Android Nougat software on your Moto device? Good news: Motorola is reportedly rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to the Moto X Pure edition smartphone five months after the same update was seeded to Moto X Pure edition in Brazil (where it’s known as the Moto X Style).
News of the update was reported by few users who were apparently excited about the update and took to their Twitter page to break the news with some even claiming this to be the first update (including security updates) to hit their phone in the last one year.
Apparently, the latest Android update brings with it improved notification system, split-screen for multitasking, quick switching between apps, Doze on the Go for better battery life, Data Saver, custom quick settings, a quick settings bar, and new emoji.
If you are a user of the Moto X pure and yet to receive the update in form of OTA notifications, we advise you check out the availability of the update through the settings and software update option, but we are not sure if the software will roll out to other users globally.
For the uninformed, the Moto x pure edition (Moto X style in Brazil) was announced back in 2015 and one of Motorola’s best.It highlights attractive designs, Snapdragon 808, 3 GB RAM 21 MP f/2.0 camera and a mediocre 3000mAh battery.