[Released in batches] Motorola Moto One Android 10 update ready, only awaiting OTA rollout
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on February 21, 2020) follows:
The Motorola Moto One Android 10 update has never been in doubt. What has been giving owners of the device sleepless nights is when the update would be released, but this shouldn’t be a concern anymore.
Not long ago, we reported about the device picking up a new software update based on Android Pie. The update tagged along the latest February 2020 security patches.
The arrival of this update cast a shadow on the availability of the Moto One Android 10 update, with some sections suggesting that the rollout wasn’t anywhere near.
However, Motorola Brazil was quick to quash away these claims, revealing that the update was, in fact, set to roll out “in the coming days.”
As expected, the company left many guessing when exactly this is, but it has come back with some more news on the same. Apparently, the update to Android 10 for the Moto One is ready, only that Motorola hasn’t started distributing it.
It’s likely that the update in question is the beta version, but up to this point, not so many give a hoot about what version of the software will be released – as long as it’s Android 10.
So far, Motorola has already released the new OS to its other Android One devices, among them the Moto One Vision, Moto One Action, and even the Moto One Power that launched alongside the Moto One back in 2018.
We will be following up this story and let you know when the OTA update begins rolling out. Stay tuned to PiunikaWeb.
Update (March 03, 2020)
Motorola Brazil says the update to Android 10 for the Moto One from 2018 is now available, but the rollout is in batches, meaning some people will get it ahead of others. Check out the full story here.
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