Motorola Moto Z2 Force on Verizon gets Gigabit LTE support, Blueborne fix
Verizon has started pushing out a new update to Motorola Moto Z2 Force units on its network. The update includes a couple of major changes, including support for the carrier's upcoming Gigabit Class LTE service.
Here's what the change-log says:
"Moto Z2 force edition is now capable to take full advantage of the most advanced 4G LTE technology later this year when Verizon launches its Gigabit Class LTE service, giving you access to peak speeds far exceeding most phones in the market today."
In addition, the update includes a fix for the Blueborne vulnerability, which allows a remote attacker to take control of devices via Bluetooth. The new firmware also brings a new AppFlash App, which in Verizon words offers a faster way to discover and use mobile apps.
- 23 Oct 2017
They keep sayign Gigabit-class LTE but not Gigabit speeds. Do I have to understand they'll use the tech used in Canada (4-CA, on Bell and Telus since March/April of this year), but won't provide 1000Mbps, at most 75Mbps? (75 does "far exceeds" all sp...