T-Mobile Motorola Moto Z2 Force Android 9.0 Pie Update Under Development

When the stable Android 9.0 Pie released in 2018, almost everyone with a smartphone wanted the new OS on their devices. As of now, there are a few OEMs out there which have dropped the Pie OS update for their devices. In the process of quickly bringing the experience, some OEMs did a hasty rollout of the Android pie. After that, it lead to technical issues bugging the device. There are again manufacturers who have just begun working on a Pie update for their devices. Motorola is one of these OEMs. Disappointing it may seem, but Pie system upgrade for Motorola Moto Z2 Force under T-Mobile is currently going through development phase. So, soon we should see the 9th version of Android kicking in for the device. The latest update on T-mobile Motorola Moto Z2 Force Android 9.0 Pie Update comes officially from T-Mobile support page.

T-mobile Motorola Moto Z2 Force Android 9.0 Pie Update

Motorola is popular for its slow system upgrades, so this is no shocker. Though there is no official statement as of now, we can assume that currently, the Pie OS development phase is going on. It will be followed by initial beta rollout or as Moto calls it the soak test. Normally, the beta/soak test happens in selective regions by registered users. So, if we suppose this roadmap, then the stable Pie update for Moto Z2 Force may come around the second quarter of 2019.

Now that we are talking of Android Pie, the device will get many new features when the system upgrade kicks in. This includes Digital Wellbeing, adaptive battery, gesture navigations, enhanced APIs, recent Apps, App slices, App actions, and improved notification management. To get the details of Android Pie features click here.

In many T-Mobile forums, users have been complaining that T-Mobile is quite behind in terms of providing system upgrades to its devices over the recent times. So, let’s see how soon T-mobile Motorola Moto Z2 Force Android 9.0 Pie Update rolls out for the users.

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