Moto Z2 Force receives Android 8.0 Oreo

Motorola continually strives to keep its image in the market by delivering the most speedy software updates. Being the face of the Lenovo-owned mobile company, it is not a surprising fact that Moto Z2 Force is ready to receive the up-to-minute version of Android namely Android 8.0 Oreo. The launch of Android Oreo update for Moto Z2 Force, across the globe, was quite quick.

Moto Z2 Force was launched in July 2017 with Android Nougat. Being the most recent Moto flagship to arrive it is the first to be updated to Android Oreo. AT&T took in the vicinity of two months to come up with Android Oreo update, but it’s finally here. The U.S. telecom giant has begun to set out Android Oreo 8.0 update to Moto Z2 Force for the model number XT1789. The excellence of features like picture-in-picture mode and notification dots have been brought in the latest update though it weights just 334MB.

OCX27.109-47 is the software update version of Moto Z2 Force on the AT&T network. The security level of the device has been updated to January 1, 2018, as per the reports in the official AT&T software support page. Howbeit a screenshot of this latest update from a user is suggesting that the software version was actually from December 2017.

There is no detailed information provided by AT&T, about the network-side changes brought in the latest Android Oreo update. The software update is cumulative which would take a couple of days for the OTA update notification to reach your Moto Z2 Force on the AT&T network. You can also check the update manually by heading over to Settings -> About Phone -> System Updates.

This update will boost the Moto Z2 Force to build number OCX27.109-47 and includes all the features you would expect from the base Android Oreo update,  like “unread” badges, picture-in-picture mode and much more. The December 1st Android security patch will protect against the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability.

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