US unlocked Motorola One Action Android 10 update arrives
One of the best things that happened even after Lenovo took over Motorola, is that the brand did not compromise in providing a stock Android experience with its UI.
However, there was a larger impact in terms of providing the latest updates as Motorola’s update cycle got deteriorated and users were left baffled due to untimely updates.
This could be the main reason why the company joined hands with Google and came up with a bunch of Android One powered phones that guarantee the devices of two major OS updates and regular security updates.
And the impact of this can be seen, because among the Android One devices, Motorola has already made the Android 10 available for Moto One, Moto One Power and One Vision.
On the other hand, as per the latest developments, the US unlocked variants of the Moto One Action are now picking up the Android 10 updates.
Notably, the Android 10 update has already been served in various regions starting from January 2020. And recently, the Android 10 kernel source code for the Motorola One Action also went live.
This gave the developers a free hand in developing custom ROMs based on Android 10 for the device and also hinted that the update was imminent for more regions soon.
The OTA comes with the version number QSB30.121-12 and brings all the Android 10 core features for the US unlocked Moto One Action units.
See what’s new:
•Android• 10: Android is more secure and easier to use than ever. Check out the new gesture navigation, system•wide dark theme, and better notification control with suggested actions and silent groups. You also have more control over privacy and security to ensure that your data is always protected.
As always the update is being pushed via OTA and will take some time in hitting all the units. If you have not received the update, you can head over to Settings>>About phone>>System updates and check for it manually.
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