Last year the e-commerce giants Amazon offered a very interesting deal to its Prime customers. The deal was exclusively for the Prime subscribers who could get the Moto G4 with a discount of $50. This particular variant of Moto G4 was only sold in the US sporting the model number of XT1625. The owners of this particular handset will be glad to know that their handsets are now getting the Android 7.0 Nougat update.
According to Ubergizmo, these exclusive handsets are set to receive an over-the-air notification for the update. When the update goes live the notification will let the owners know about the options to download and install it. The Android 7.0 Nougat update for these exclusive handsets is being rolled out under the software number NPJ25.93-14.
This particular deal had a catch. The Prime subscribers who opted for those exclusive sets in the US had to "allow ads to run on the lock screen of their device". Now the new Android 7.0 Nougat update being rolled out for those devices, the owners will be very happy that they opted for the cheaper variant of the handset.
According to Phone Arena, Motorola advised the owners to be on WiFi or LTE network while downloading and installing the update of Android 7.0 Nougat for these handsets. Also, before downloading the update the handsets must have at least 50 percent charge. The owners could also just put them undercharging when updating as it will take about half an hour of time.
Though the Android 7.0 Nougat update has already been initiated for these handsets, it could well take a few days to reach to the owners as the new files are being sent OTA. The owners could also check if the updates are already available or not under "Settings > Software updates".
In today's date, there are various deals on various merchandise, especially on electronic gadgets on the e-commerce sites. This particular deal on the Moto G4 was a very lucrative one given there was a $50 discount on a very popular and under-budget phone. The deal though had a catch which didn't affect the owners in any way. And now when the latest Android 7.0 Nougat update is also available for the handsets, these are nothing different than the original variants except for $50 cheaper.