If there's one thing Lenovorola (Motonovo?) has been consistently good at for its past few phones, it's releasing kernel source code quickly. The Moto G4 Play was made available for sale just last month, but its source code has already been published. This might be one of their quickest turnarounds yet.


Back in June, Motorola published the source code for the G4 Play's siblings, the G4 and G4 Plus. Most recently, they posted the Moto Z Droid's source. Those phones' source codes were released pretty rapidly as well.

Make sure not to confuse this for the Moto Z Play, though; the Z Play is a more upscale device, and is actually Ryan's favorite phone from the Moto Z line.

If you'd like to have a look at the code yourself, hit the source link below.