In addition to the upgrade to Nougat, these new updates for Lenovo’s budget-priced smartphones also include the November Android security patches. Since this is a pretty large file to download, Moto G4 and G4 Plus owners in India are advised to connect to a Wi-Fi network to grab this major update. Their phones should also have at least a 50 percent charge beforehand. Finally, the company notes the file could take up to 20 minutes to successfully install on their phone.
If you’re a G4 or G4 Plus owner in India and have yet to receive the update, head to your device’s Settings menu, then choose About phone, then System update. As always the update may take a few days roll out to everyone, so don’t worry if you don’t receive the update right away. If you’re interested in seeing the full changelog for the update, head here.