The latest flagship device from Motorola in the Z-series is the Moto Z4 that was launched last month is not going to receive the Android R update and the upcoming Android Q will be its last major update. The same has been confirmed by Motorola to an online publication. We know that Motorola Mobility was acquired by the tech giant Google in 2014 This could have not been expected since generally all the flagship device receive at least two major Android updates.
The Moto Z4 will be getting bi-monthly updates even though it won’t be getting monthly security updates. Motorola has plans to offer updates to its Z-series flagship device for the next two years but it has no plans to receive Android R which is the successor of the Android Q that is likely to be announced soon. Digital trends have reported the same and mentioned that the company has confirmed on bringing Android Q as the only major update for the Moto-series smartphone.
Motorola is known for pushing timely Android updates to its smartphone and we can expect the roadmap for the Moto Z4 might also change soon. To remind you the device was announced with 6.4-inch OLED FullVision display with Full HD+ (2340 x 1080 pixels) resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, it has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 Mobile Platform built on 11nm FinFET node. Furthermore, there is 4GB of RAM on the device along with 128GB of onboard memory that can be extended further via microSD card.
There is a 48MP main camera sensor on the device that is accompanied by a 25MP selfie camera with the support for the features like Cinemagraph, Ai Portrait Lightning, Spot Colour and Portrait mode. On the back, there is a 3600mAh battery along with a 15W TurboPower fast charging technology. The device also supports wireless charging via Moto Mod and comes with P29 nano-coating making it a splash-proof. Comment in the section below if you have more queries on the same and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.