Moto Z Android 7.1.1 update rolling out with software version NPL.26.107

Android Nougat is the currently reigning system update in Android (despite the whispers and work being done on Android O), and despite O’s imminent appearance, many users are still waiting on Android Nougat (or at least an upgrade from 7.0 to 7.1.1, for instance).

Moto Z users have been waiting for the time to arrive, and with an upcoming Moto Z2 announcement in the works, and the Moto Z Play’s update to Android 7.1.1 already, it looks as though Motorola is delivering Google’s latest sweet treat at the right time.

The Moto Z is getting its soak test at the moment, with the update rolling out to users with the software version NPL.26.107. The new Moto  Z Android 7.1.1 update brings the same changes as Nougat has brought to Moto Z Play users: Google’s new Duo video calling app, the June 1, 2017 security patch, along with a Moto Mods v2.0 update for the phone attachments that expand your phone’s capabilities. Some system apps are getting new icons, so there’s that as well.

Read: Moto Z and Z Force update details

Apart from these things, Moto Z users are also looking at stability improvements and bug fixes, nothing unusual when receiving a major update.

Moto Z users can go ahead and prompt their phones for the update (if it’s not showing already) by selecting “software update” in their phone settings.

Via: TechDroider