Motorola Moto Z3 officially launched Android 9.0 Pie.

The first Motorola smartphone to receive Android Pie system update is Motorola One Power, or in November last year, since then, Motorola has launched Android Pie update for its various smartphones. Moto Z3 has also received an Android Pie update.

Moto Z3 was launched in August last year, pre-installed Android 8.1 Oreo. After more than five months, the machine has officially updated the Android Pie system. Of course, not all users can upgrade now. It may take 1 to 2 weeks for all upgrades time.

The Android Pie update brings a new user interface, gesture control, improved DND mode, adaptive endurance, adaptive brightness, and the latest security patches released on January 1, 2019.

Not only that, but this update also brings support for the 5G network through 5G Moto Mod, but currently 5G Moto Mod has not yet started selling, and there is no 5G network open, so it can only be considered theoretical support. Prior to this, Yang Yuanqing announced that the Moto Z3 is the world’s first 5G mobile phone, and said that the expansion module that will make the Moto Z3 seconds 5G mobile phone will be launched in early 2019. Lenovo named it “Lenovo 5G Pass”.

It is worth mentioning that the current version of Moto Z3 has not yet ushered in the upgrade of Android 9 Pie.

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