The Android Oreo update is rolling out to the Moto X4 Android One edition. According to a report by Android Police, the update has build number OPW27.1. With it, you will get the latest security patch for Android, along with other Oreo features. This also makes the Moto X4 Android One edition to be amongst the first smartphones to get the Android Oreo update. The device itself was announced in September this year with Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box.
The Android Oreo update will give Motorola the latest security patch for Android, along with other Oreo features.
Motorola has since announced the Moto X4 in other countries, though it doesn’t use the Android One partnership everywhere. The company has historically been pretty fast and regular in providing updates, so the Android One moniker was sort of inconsequential to most. According to Motorola, the company entered this partnership with Google to make the device part of Google’s Project Fi network.
The Moto X4 Android One edition is priced at $399 and is the first non-Google smartphone to join Google Project Fi service. Of course, that applies only to devices in the US right now, and includes Google’s Pixel and Nexus smartphones as well. The Moto X4 also supports Bluetooth 5 connectivity and has both the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa built in.