Moto One Vision Android 10 update arrives in stable channel, bundles January 2020 security patch

Motorola released the November security patch for Moto One Vision owners in mid-November 2019 and soon after, the device picked up its first Android 10 beta update via the Motorola Feedback Network (MFN).

Mid last month, the device received a second update carrying the same November security patch that had rolled out nearly a month before. At the time, we thought of this update as preparation for the arrival of the stable Moto One Vision Android 10 update.

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Moto One Vision second November update

Indeed, as I write this, the Moto One Vision is now receiving the stable Android 10 update in Brazil. Moto fans will know that the South American market is the company’s favorite when it comes to software update releases and device launches.

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Moto One Vision Android 10 update (Source)

Granted, it shouldn’t surprise that Brazil is getting the stable Moto One Vision Android 10 update ahead of everyone else. The update, apparently, is arriving as software version QSA30.62-24.

In addition to the new OS, the incoming Moto One Vision update also installs the latest January 2020 security patch. This patch level is set to begin rolling out to Pixel phones as from today, although several Samsung Galaxy phones already got it.

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Moto One Vision Android 10 update with January 2020 security patch (Source)

Once again, the Moto One Vision Android 10 update has been spotted in Brazil and since OTA updates may take days before reaching out to all units/markets, folks in India and other regions where the device is sold will have to wait.

For now, we can’t tell you how long the wait will take, but it should be available widely within the next couple or so weeks. We will keep an eye on the developments and update this story as and when we get news.

NOTE: We have more Motorola coverage here. For Android 10-related stuff, you may route here.

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