Lenovo-owned Motorola has started to update its Moto Z Play smartphone to the latest Android 7.0 Nougat in two countries. Users in India and Brazil have begun receiving the newest build code-named as version NPN25.137-15-2. Weighing around 1.1 GB in size, the update brings in all the features of Nougat and some system optimizations.
After updating your Moto Z Play to the latest Android version, you be able to use features like Multi-window mode, Work Mode, bundled notifications, call screening, and more. Some optimizations include a better app to app switchability, improved settings navigation, enhanced data saver and so on. Some users have reported an issue with their memory card after updating. So, try removing your micro SD card before starting the upgrade procedure and reinsert afterward.
Motorola Moto Z Play: Specifications
Speaking of the specs, the Moto Z Play comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD (1080 x 1920) Super AMOLED display. Internally, the smartphone houses the octa-core Snapdragon 625 chip. Coming to the memory, the handset sports 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of onboard storage. There is a dedicated micro SD card slot supporting up to 256 GB additional storage.
Camera-wise, the phone rocks a 16 MP primary shooter with phase detection as well as laser-assisted autofocus. It supports 4K recording at up to 30fps. The secondary camera is a standard 5 MP unit. The Moto Z Play has dual SIM card slots and supports 4G LTE as well as VoLTE. Other connectivity options include dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3.5 mm audio jack, GPS, A-GPS and Type-C USB port. A 3510mAh battery powers up the smartphone.
Costing Rs. 24,999 in India, the Moto Z Play falls near in the premium category. Though not a flagship by any means, it does look and feel like one.