The Motorola Moto X Pure Edition has been unveiled two years ago in North America as a counter part of Motorola Moto Style which was launched in other markets. Now, the said smartphone owners received an email indicating that an Android Nougat is already in soak testing for the handset.
According to TNH Online, the users of 2015 Motorola Moto X Pure Edition have been started obtaining emails about a soak test which is being prepared before upgrading the handset to either Android 7.0 or Android 7.1. It appears that the said update will be tested on a wider group of device owners outside the company's internal testers and afterwards it will be rolled out to the public.
It was noted that this soak testing encompassed updating a small number of units that are registered with the Motorola feedback Network just to be sure that all things are in order and planned. Just in case a trouble happened, only a small number of Motorola Moto X Pure Edition handsets will be affected.
Furthermore, Droid Report has noted that the Android Nougat for Motorola Moto X Pure Edition will bring new features and enhancements to the device. As a matter of fact, this upgrade will deliver new multi-window which will let the smartphone's apps to run side-by-side. The firmware update will also make it easier for the owners of the device to respond to text messages, emails or social media posts through the so-called notifications shade.
In addition, a beneficial feature that Android Nougat could most probably add to the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition is the Doze option. This may help in prolonging the battery life of the phone since the apps will not be permitted to run when the device is not being utilized.
As of this moment, the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition is still working on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. But then the Android Nougat was already confirmed by the company last year and it is now preparing for soak testing so stay tuned for further details.