Motorola Moto Z4 Lat Major Android 10 update

Motorola Moto Z4 Lat Major Android 10 update
Motorola Moto Z4

Motorola Moto Z4 hit the market in June 2023. About a year down the line, this smartphone is now getting the Android 10 update. Many users consider this update as long overdue but it is better late than never. The Android 10 update for Motorola Moto Z4 comes with model number QPF30.130-15-7M. This update also includes the January 2023 security patch. Amongst other features, this update brings the system-wide dark theme, better navigation control, etc.

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Motorola Moto Z4

Motorola Moto Z4 comes with Android 9  Oie out-of-the-box. Unfortunately, there are reports that this will be the last major update for the Moto Z4. This means that this device will not be getting the Android 11 system.

Motorola Moto Z4 is scaled down in brute power, with its SoC Snapdragon 675 accompanied by 4-6 GB of RAM and 64-128 GB of storage space, but has an increase in battery capacity that rises to 3.632 mAh: this, together with the less energy-intensive processor, it should guarantee better autonomy than its brother. The screen is the same as the Z4 Force (with integrated fingerprint sensor) with the same 48MP main camera and the one for selfies also.

The tipster claims that the Moto Z4 will be arriving with an affordable price tag of $399 while the Z4 Force may release in the market for $650. Both phones are water and dust resistant as certified by IP67. In conclusion, the only detail that is missing is the release date of these two smartphones, which therefore remains a mystery for now.

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