Motorola’s Android 11 rollout finally starts from mid-ranger

Motorola’s Android 11 rollout finally starts from mid-ranger

Toward the end of last year, Motorola uncovered the name of its smartphones that were qualified for Android 11. The company has now finally began the rollout, as indicated by posts on Reddit and Motorola Community.

Motorola’s Android 11 update has begun with a budget telephone, and not a leader – the Moto G Pro. On the off chance that the name doesn’t sound familiar, that is presumably on the grounds that the handset is known as the Moto G Stylus in certain business sectors like the US. As you most likely definitely know, Android 11 brings new security settings, simpler approaches to oversee discussions, and smoothed out control of associated gadgets.

The rollout is staggered and it creates the impression that as of now it’s limited to those in the UK. The actual update tips the scales at 1103.8 MB and it likewise brings the January 2021 security fix. In the event that you haven’t got a warning at this point, you can take a stab at checking for the update physically by going to the system updates menu in Settings.

Additionally, despite the fact that the Moto G Pro and the G Stylus are quite indistinguishable, the last isn’t a piece of the Android One program, so it very well may be some time before the update arrives at the gadget. The organization isn’t the swiftest with regards to OS refreshes, as is apparent by the way that the moderate One Macro was refreshed to Android 10 only recently.

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