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Motorola One Power Android 10 stable update starts rolling out

12 December 2019 0

It was only last month when Motorola One Power received its Android Pie upgrade and now, it is time for a new upgrade. Motorola has confirmed that it has started rolling out Android 10 upgrade for Motorola One Power users. It is a staged rollout which means some will receive it sooner and some later but the update has started to arrive.

Motorola has said that the Android 10 update rollout began on December 10th. It is expecting to complete the rollout by January 10th, 2020 which means you might have to wait for a while before you see the update notification. The idea behind a gradual rollout is to ensure that no undetected bug or performance issue gets widespread. If something like that is detected by initial receivers, the team can halt the release for others, fix it, and resume the process.

While the update is set to bring all Android 10 features and improvements, it also brings December 2019 security level. The latest security patch was released recently and if you have not received it already, it will arrive with the Android 10 update. If you have not received the update notification, you can check for the same by visiting Settings -> System -> Advanced -> System Updates.

75.9 x 155.8 x 9.98 mm
6.2 inches - 2246x1080 px
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Motorola One Power Specifications
  • 6.2-inch full HD+ display with 19:9 aspect ratio
  • 1.8GHz octa-core Snapdragon 636 processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB internal storage, expandable up to 256GB
  • 16MP+5MP dual cameras
  • 12MP front-facing camera
  • Android Oreo
  • 4,850mAH battery
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Motorola One Power Android 10 stable update starts rolling out
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