AT&T Motorola One Vision Android 10 update begins rolling out
Android One program devices were made based on the fact that they will receive at least two years of firmware and regular security updates. And Motorola happens to have quite a few Android One powered phones in its portfolio.
And one of the Motorola One series smartphones, i.e. the Motorola One Vision is reportedly picking up the Android 10 update on the AT&T carrier network.
Earlier the Android 10 update for the Motorola One Vision arrived in limited regions via the MFN Program (Motorola Feedback Network) back in November 2019.
Later in January 2020, the stable update finally started hitting the One Vision units and also packed along the January 2020 security patchset.
The Android 10 update gradually started rolling out in more regions on the Motorola One Vision from February 2020. And now, AT&T has pushed the Android 10 update for its users of the Motorola One Vision (aka Motorola P50 in China).
The OTA arrives with version number QSA30.62-28 and currently seems to be live in Spain, while other regions are expected to join soon. The update also brings along the March 2020 security patchset.
Here is the complete changelog of the update (translated from Spanish):
• Android 10: Android is much safer and easier to use than before. Get to know the new gesture navigation, the dark theme for the whole system and enjoy better control of notifications with suggested actions and group mute You also have more privacy and security controls to ensure your data is always protected Learn about new features
• Android Security: Includes updates to Android security patches until March 1, 2020.
As always, the update is being pushed in batches via OTA and might take some time in arriving on all the Motorola One Vision units on AT&T. Users can manually check for the update by heading over to Settings>>About Phone>>System Update.
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