As promised by the company a few months ago, Motorola has started rolling out the Android Nougat 7.0 update to the Moto G4 and the Moto G4 Plus in India. The update, which has the build number NPJ25.93-11 is the same as the latest soak test build that was released with the November Android security update. Therefore, those of you who flashed the soak test manually through the OTA update will not require to install this update again.
The update is 773MB in size and since it is being rolled out in waves, you can expect to receive it in the next coming days. However do note that this update is being rolled out only in India currently. Other regions can expect to receive it in the following weeks.
The update brings a new Moto feature which lets you swipe to shrink the screen. The Moto G4 Plus also gets a new feature in the Settings through which users can enable and disable the screen when it is on, using the fingerprint sensor. This feature can be activated from the Security tab in Settings, where you need to tap on the screen lock gear icon. The Moto Z which received the Nougat 7.0 update earlier this year is also said to receive a new update. The update is said to fix the low notification sound issue that many users had been complaining of.
Have you received the Android Nougat 7.0 update on your Motorola phone yet? What do you think of the new features? Do let us know in the comments section below.