Last summer, Motorola promised to release Android 9 Pie on various devices, including the Moto Z2 Force. But in posted an update on his forums this week the company said it would no longer be entirely true in the US. Instead, only the Verizon model of the phone is scheduled to get the update to the current version of Android, with Sprint, T-Mobile and AT & T now set to be omitted for what the company describes as "a variety of reasons ". according to Droid Life.
And it sounds like the Verizon model only gets an update because it absolutely needs it, so the Z2 Force works with the 5G Moto Mod, with the impression that if it's not for that, it probably wouldn't have had an update at all not.
That said, it's not all bad news: "We are determined to provide Android security updates on all Moto Z2 force devices for two years," continues Motorola & # 39; s post, so owners will at least have some in the future have support. "Although we always warn that our update plans may change, Motorola regrets any inconvenience or disappointment our loyal consumers can cause."
It's a sad end to the Z2 Force story: a phone that was sold based on the power of the almost unbreakable (though easily scratched) screen, but that will eventually put an end to the software. It is almost poetic in its own way.