A lot has happened with the Motorola brand as Lenovo is looking to buy into the fame of the company after it decided to take up the Motorola name for the products after it earlier ditched the name for the Moto by Lenovo name.
The company which has since released the Moto G5, the successor of the device into the market via Amazon and other retail stores seems not to have stopped support for the older version of the device as it has released the latest Android Nougat update for the G4.
The Nougat update began to roll out officially some weeks ago, and it started on the Republic Wireless but has since spread to other carriers.
The OS update, however, comes in a large 741 MB file which brings to life all the goodies that come with the Nougat update.
The Motorola G4, however, remains a great option for a smartphone choice as the device is available for $199 to $250 on Amazon.
It boasts of an impressive 16MP camera on a 5.5-inch screen which boasts of 1080 pixels. Under the hood is Snapdragon 617 SoC.
To check for the update on your device, access the settings tab on your smartphone and proceed to the About phone option then click on the Software Update option to get your Android 7.0 Nougat update.