Moto G5 Plus comes with 64-Bit ROM. It is the first time that Motorola introduces 64-Bit in any of its devices. This is an important on many levels. Having 64-bit, Users will be able to use the Google Camera HDR+ port, which has proven in the past to considerably improve the camera quality of lots of otherwise poorly performing phones out there. Developer Brings 64-Bit ROM For Moto G5 Plus.
64bit can support a massive figure of RAM of 2 to the power of 64 bits which is roughly 17.2 billion GB.
Developer Brings 64-Bit ROM For Moto G5 Plus
Software of Motorola is a mixed bag. On one side, it is a very close to stock Android experience which brings little to no bloatware, it only adds useful, non-intrusive features over AOSP Android, and when the time comes it will also release kernel sources.
While on the other hand, the update support of the software is in the middle of the road in best case scenario and if it goes to worst the update support will turn out to be bizarre. Since the launch of Moto E 2015 with Snapdragon 410, Motorola has always struggled to use 64-bit software in their devices. They could have successfully integrated 32-bit software even on the phones like Moto G5 Plus. So far there’s no particular reason behind this glitch, one probable reason might be the lethargy in development. Changing the compatibility of a 32-bit device to 64-bit device is an irresolvable task because of the unavailability of drivers.