Motorola’s upper-mid-range smartphone that’s the Moto X Play was launched with Android Marshmallow and received some minor upgrades in the past, the device was scheduled for a Nougat update 7.1.1 directly skipping the Android Nougat 7.0. Now for the Android 7.1.2 update, Motorola did a lot of soak test, but the final build is yet to come; which apparently got many Moto X Play users upset.
However, with this latest listings spotted on GFXBench, which shows the Motorola Moto X Play running on Android Nougat 7.1.2, which the final build for Nougat. Which is the version of which, most new Motorola smartphones had launched this year, but the X Play is eligible for it now?
The latest Android Nougat includes better performance for your phone’s battery life and battery usage alerts for monitoring who’s using what and how much. Along with connectivity enhancements majorly on the Bluetooth side.
Motorola was once on the top when it came to Android updates but now in recent months, the company is becoming more and more sluggish towards its mid-range phones. Yes, it provides quick updates for its flagships.
However, the lower end of the spectrum is now neglected a lot, especially the Moto C and E as they’re only scheduled to receive stability and security updates; nothing has been said about major OS upgrades yet.
Lastly, you can expect the official roll in the coming weeks for the Android Nougat 7.1.2 on the Moto X Play; and you able to experience the last and final build of Nougat from Google’s camp. Keep an eye on this pace for more updates on this topic, as we learn more about the official timeline.