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Motorola rolls out the Android Pie update with 5G support to Moto Z3: How to download

Lenovo-owned Motorola has finally rolled out the latest Android update to its flagship smartphone, Moto Z3. With Google’s Android Pie update, a number of improvements have come to the Moto Z3 smartphone including enhancement in performance, extended battery life, adaptive brightness controls improvements in security to fight malware, anti-phishing tools and more.

In addition to all these, the Android Pie update gets a feature to Moto Z3 smartphone that no other devices in the market have. The update enables Motorola‘s Moto Z3 smartphone to support 5G network. However, we should mention that the device can only do this via a Moto Mod.

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It is worth noticing that Motorola has built a 5G Moto Mod in collaboration with American chipmaker Qualcomm. Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon X50 modem and millimetre wave components have been used in the Moto Mod that enables 5G network on the Moto Z3.

On adding the 5G Moto Mod, Moto Z3 users will be to enjoy internet speed of up to 5Gbps to 10Gbps. In other words, this means that 4K resolution multimedia content that is 8GB or more in size will be downloaded on the smartphone within seconds. However, it is worth mentioning that as of now, this feature will only be available in the United States and that too for those who have subscribed to Verizon. The Lenovo-owned smartphone maker has tied up with Verizon to provide 5G network to its customers. With 5G, users will be able to live-stream 4K content, use connected home devices, and enjoy AR and VR gaming faster than they ever did before.

If you have a Moto Z3, and you have received a notification message for the update, you can follow these steps to install it:

  1. Click on ‘Download and install’.
  2. Once the software is installed, a message will prompt asking you to restart your device. Press ‘Restart now’.

After this, your smartphone will take a few minutes to restart, but once it does, it will have the updated software.

However, in case you have not as yet received a notification for the Android Pie update, you can follow these steps to install the update manually:

  1. Go to the Settings of your smartphone.
  2. Press on ‘System’.
  3. Select the option of ‘System updates’. Here, you will see the latest update.
  4. Click on ‘Download and install’.
  5. After the software is downloaded, you will be asked to restart your smartphone. Select ‘Restart now’.

Once your device restarts, it will be running Android Pie.

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