If you're still rocking a Moto G4 Plus, you'll be pleased to see Motorola finally bring Android Oreo to your device. Just 18 months ago, the company issued a statement promising the update, and it seems like it is about to happen now. Better late than never, right?

The delay in getting Android Oreo should come as no surprise, as the Moto G family usually only gets one significant operating system upgrade per device. With a major version of Android released every year, this approach limits the life of your Motorola phone to 1

2 months if you want to use the latest software. Since the G4 Plus was already the impetus for Android Nougat, the users seemed to be fresh.

However, Motorola was discovered and called because it was wrongly committed to publishing Android Oreo on the G4 Plus in marketing materials. The company held its hands and guaranteed that the G4 Plus would see another significant increase in its share for customer satisfaction and to keep its promises.

It took some time for the release to be implemented It would be difficult to integrate an unplanned upgrade into the schedule, but 18 months later, the company finally found a place.

If you're a Moto G4 Plus owner, you should look for an update to Android 8.1 Oreo, including the December security patch. A staging of the OTA has already begun in the US, which should then be extended to all regions.