The lower-midrange smartphone boasts a huge 5,000 mAh battery to last you through several days of use.
Will fetch the update even if the user is not part of the rollout.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus became available today, and their ad campaign has started.
Apple's latest smartphone comes across as slightly harder to fix than the iPhone 7 Plus from last year.
The iPhone 8 Plus is the current holder of the gold medal, while its smaller sibling takes silver.
The company plans to launch the phone in around 150 countries by the end of October.
Specifically, T-Mobile is offering the device at this rate, which is $250 down from the usual price.
The device carries a tag of CNY 2,399, which currently translates into around $365.
Reports say there's a bug in the device's Nougat build that prevents battery charging beyond 87%.
The unveiling took place yesterday during the We Love Photo press event in Rome.
A similar update was recently rolled out by the carrier to Samsung Galaxy Note 4 units as well.
The phone comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, more than the silver/black color version that's been available for months.
The Zenfone 4 Max will be available on October 6, while the Zenfone 4 goes up for pre-order on the same day.
Such a 'full screen' device would be quite the departure from the bezel-heavy U11.
The phone can be grabbed straight from Motorola's online store in unlocked form.
It also sports One Piece themed UI elements, including icons and widgets.
Just yesterday we saw a bunch of press renders for it, and now we're already treated to a video of a live unit.