Motorola confirms Moto Z Play Android 7.1.1 update

Moto Z Play is in line to receive another software update which will bump up its OS to Android 7.1.1. This has been officially confirmed by Motorola.

Motorola launched the Moto Z Play last year with Android Marshmallow. It started receiving the Android 7.0 Nougat update this year in January. And now it is slated for another update with which the Moto Z Play will join the league of devices to boast of Android 7.1.1. OS.

Read: Moto Z Play Nougat update

The news was revealed at the XDA Developers forum when a senior member of the forum uploaded a screenshot of the chat with Motorola wherein to a question posed by the former, Motorola answered in the affirmative. Although, it did not outline the timeframe of the release of Android 7.1.1 update to Moto Z Play.

Meanwhile, the Moto Z Play got a price cut of 300 Yuan. It is now up for grabs at 2,999 Yuan in China with 64GB internal storage.

Read: Moto Z Play price dropped by 300 Yuan in China, now available for 2,999 Yuan

via XDA

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  • Vishal Giri

    this news is kind of relief to moto z users but moto is always good with time to time updates so there is no point worrying about it, they’ll take care of it for sure!!

    • Yash Goyal

      Yea!

  • Ashwin Prasad

    Did the Moto Z already receive the update then? Lg g5 was sort of a disappointment as far as modularity goes. The Z hit the right spot. And the Z play made it affordable. I was always skeptical how Lenovo would handle moto after the acquisition but they seem to be doing most things right.