While Android 11 Beta 1 update is making its presence felt, there are several smartphones that are still waiting for the Android 10 update. Two devices from BQ, Aquaris X2 and X2 Pro, were also waiting to get updated.
To give you an overview, Aquaris X2 is powered by SD 636 and comes with 3/4 GB of RAM. On the other hand, Aquaris X2 Pro houses SD 660 SoC and is coupled with 4/6 GB of RAM. Both phones rock a 3,100 mAh battery.
For those who do not know, BQ is a Spanish consumer electronics and software company, which claims to have developed the world’s first Ubuntu OS powered smartphone, the BQ Aquaris E4.5.
And now as per an official Twitter post, BQ has announced the roll-out of stable Android 10 updates for Aquaris X2 and X2 Pro. Here is the screengrab of the Twitter post:
This latest BQ Aquaris X2 and X2 Pro Android 10 update not only brings the latest OS but also bumps the security patch level to June 2020. It is arriving with version number 3.1.0 (3.1.0 20200514-1706 for the Aquaris X2 and 3.1.0 20200514-1710 for the X2 Pro).
Below is the common changelog of this new Android 10 update:
The complete list of improvements and corrections is as follows:
– Upgrade to Android 10
– Android security patch level: June 2020
BQ Aquaris X2 and X2 Pro came with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and this Android 10 update will be the second major OS update for both phones.
The update will be arriving via OTA in batches, meaning that it will take some time in hitting all the units. If you have not yet received any update notification, then you can manually check for it by heading to Settings> System> System update> Check for updates.
Besides, if you do not wish to wait for the official OTA to arrive, then there is a provision of manually upgrading the phones by downloading the BQ Firmware Flash Tool v5 for BQ Aquaris X2 and BQ Aquaris X2 Pro.
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