New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on January 7, 2020) follows:
Motorola is rolling out the stable Moto One Action Android 10 update in Brazil. The update comes a day after another Motorola Android One device, the Moto One Vision, picked up the same update.
Motorola has a thing for the soccer-crazy nation, the company’s biggest market. Brazil usually hosts most of the company’s smartphone launch events and also gets the nod ahead of other markets when it comes to software updates.
This was true for the Moto One Vision, where the initial rollout is limited to Brazil. The narrative isn’t going to change anytime soon, so it seems, with the Moto One Action now following in the same footsteps.
The update is arriving as software version QSB30.62-17 and weighs in at about 1.2GB, so you’ll need a good Wi-Fi connection to download the file.
Some of the features you get with the Moto One Action Android 10 include system-wide dark theme, new gestures for navigation, and much-improved control over notifications. The update also brings more control over security and privacy, just like every other Android OS version.
Unlike the Moto One Vision, though, the One Action’s Android 10 update bundles the older December security patch. Even so, I doubt many will notice this when there is a lot to learn about the new OS.
In other markets where the Moto One Action is also sold, it could take several weeks before the Android 10 update begins rolling out. Rest assured we will have our eyes on the developments and bring you the latest news.
Update 1 (January 09, 2020)
The stable Android 10 update for Motorola One Action is now available in India as well.
Update 2 (February 03, 2020)
The OTA is now live in Russia, albeit the build number is slightly different (QSB30.62-19).
Update 3 (February 18, 2020)
Reports coming from Serbia can confirm the Moto One Action Android 10 update has landed in the European country as well.
I received android 10 in Serbia today. So far it’s ok.
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