Android Nougat for Moto Z and Moto Z Force is formally coming to the modular smart Mobile pair this week, but there’s additional to this update than meets the eye.
Both are also attractive the 1st Mobiles to assist the new Google Daydream View VR headset outside of the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL.
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So extra to enjoying latest functionality like splitscreen visualize and inline answers to notifications, virtual realism is coming to the Moto Z family in a huge way.
Android 7.0 Nougat with Google Daydream assist is moving upwards to the Moto Z and Verizon-exclusive Moto Z Force presently through the end of this week, as stated by Motorola.
Google Daydream on Moto Z
At Present update gives the Google Daydream platform an entire new audience, one that’s previously into fiddling with mobile-transforming equipments via MotoMods.
While the Moto team not ever formally commented on VR headset compatibility before this, the changes makes intellect for the Moto Z and Moto Z Force.
Both Android Mobiles have beautiful, pixel-rich Quad HD displays with Super AMOLED panels, apparently built for VR. Conversely, 1080p screens are not.
What about Moto Z Play and Moto X Style?
Left out of today’s statement is the latest Moto Z Play. Its somewhat slower Snapdragon chipset and lower-resolution 1080p screen – exhibiting a “screen-door effect” an inch from your face -might be why it’s not being updated just yet.
The Moto Z Play (above) and Moto X Style don’t have it yet
The Confidence isn’t lost. Both the Moto Z Play and Moto X Style (Pure Edition in the US) are still fictional to get Android Nougat before the end of 2016.
Just don’t imagine either phone to support Google Daydream. Although the normal-sized, 5-inch Pixel has 1080p screen, too, and still functions with Google’s VR headset, it the quicker Snapdragon 821 chipset to pull off the stringent performance necessities.
Moto X Play and Moto X Style aren’t part of the 820/821 chip club. Not even previous year’s Nexus 6P, with a Snapdragon 810 chip and beta verified with Google Daydream, is supposed to get Android VR compatibility. Sad to crush your Daydream daydreams.
You don’t expect either Mobile to assist Google Daydream. While the normal-sized, five-inch Pixel has 1080p screen, more, and still functions with Google’s VR headset, it the faster Snapdragon 821 chipset to pull off the severe performance necessities.
Moto X Play and Moto X Stylethey are not part of the 820/821 chip club. Not even previous year’s Nexus 6P, with a Snapdragon 810 chip and beta verified with Google Daydream is made-up to get Android VR compatibility.