Lenovo has begun soak testing for Android Pie on its premium machine Lenovo Z5. The 2018 flagship is currently getting a new interface upgrade as well. This definitely comes with loads of new features for the device. As we speak, Lenovo Z5 Receives Android 9.0 Pie beta in China with new ZUI 10.5.221. With the latest system upgrade, the Lenovo Z5 introduces 4D u-touch gesture and supports facial recognition.
As it happens with any UI upgrade, there's a lot of change in the design layout. As its Android Pie, there is special attention being given to the privacy factor. Speaking of which there are three modes of security access, face, fingerprint and password. Now users can re-enter their face data through the Settings. This feature is also App specific. What we mean is, you can unlock/lock an App using your face.
Besides as Android Pie originally comes with better power saving features. The same is also reflected in the Lenovo Z5. It now supports more power saving in the night. Upgraded interface brings desktop editing mode and more layouts for the desktop. Users can view it by long pressing on the desktop. Also, there is the new U-touch gesture which allows the user to turn on the camera by simpling turning the device around.
Beta iteration of system software may not be available for everyone in all the regions. The Pie system update is rolling out in phases. So, it's a gradual process. However, you can check for it manually. Maybe it's already available in your region. Go to Settings > About Device > System updates> Check for Updates. If you see the new update then hit on Download button. System upgrade files are usually large, so, try to download it using Wi-Fi. Also, have a good battery charge on your device before downloading the system software.
So, that's it, guys..! Obviously, it was high time Lenovo users needed to taste the Pie. Now that Lenovo Z5 Receives Android 9.0 Pie Beta, you should grab the update. Install and enjoy your Pie.