[Argentina] BREAKING: Motorola Moto G7 Plus Android 10 update begins rolling out in stable version
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on January 23, 2020) follows:
Motorola is now rolling out the stable Moto G7 Plus Android 10 update in its favorite smartphone market, Brazil.
The South American country gets the best treatment from Motorola, be it smartphone launches, software update soak tests and even first priority when it comes to receiving major Android OS updates.
It seems Motorola isn’t about to stop anytime soon as reports just coming in can confirm that the Motorola G7 Plus Android 10 update is now rolling out in the football-crazy nation, this time as a stable version.
The airborne update, apparently, started off on January 20 and will be ongoing for the next month. Whether this is only true for the Brazilian market or affects other markets as well remains to be seen, but the latter looks more likely than the former.
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The update to Android 10 started on January 20, 2020, being released in stages. We expect all devices to receive the update by February 20, 2020.
Arriving as software version QPW30.61-21, the update keeps the same software version as the most recent update that those who took part in the soak test received a while ago.
This means the same December 2019 security patch keeps its place, but it will be a new patch level for those coming from Android Pie, where the device currently has October 2019 security patches.
Again, the current rollout seems to be limited to Brazil and perhaps a few other Latin American markets, but it should come your way pretty soon. We will be here to bring you news on the same as and when we get the updates.
Update (February 11, 2020)
Reports coming in can confirm Android 10 is now rolling out to the G7 Plus in another South American country – Argentina. The software is arriving as version QPW30.61-21.
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