The Moto Z smartphone has finally started receiving the Android Nougat update in China, which arrives as Build number NCC25.106-11. The much-anticipated update comes around a month after the Motorola officially announced the global rollout of the update.

Moto Z and Moto Z Force users in the US started getting the Android Nougat update back in November, and now it appears the global rollout has finally begun.

Moto Z users will be able to use key Android Nougat features such as split-screen mutitasking, the new advanced Doze feature, along with quick switching among app. Besides, Moto Z users will also see a revamped notifications shade, redesigned Sitting menu, and the ability to quickly reply from the Notifications panel.

The Doze mode gets much smarter makes the phone go in sleep mode when not in use, thereby improving battery life. Besides, Nougat also allows users to quickly reply to messages directly via the notifications panel, thereby doing away the need to open the messaging app in a separate window. And with split-screen functionality, you can open open two windows simultaneously for better multitasking.

Moreover, the update also brings support for Google’s Daydream VR platform, making it one the first third party devices to get DayDream VR compatibility.

For users who haven’t got the update yet, it may take a little while before it hits your device as the global roll pout has just begun. Besides, you can manually check for the update by heading over to head to Settings > System updates > Check for system update.

And in case you missed, even the OnePlus 3 along with the OnePlus 3T start receiving the Android Nougat 7.0 update with the new OxygenOS 4.0. While earlier in December, Sony’s latest flagship the Xperia XZ also starts getting the Android 7.0 Nougat update.

Also, Google stared pushing the new Android Nougat 7.1.1 update for supported Nexus devices and its newest Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones back in December.