Motorola has not been able to lead the pack in timely update delivery in recent times. In fact, some users are still waiting for the Android 10 build. However, at least the owners can look for things Moto G Pro. Units in the UK already have the official Android 11 update seed. In fact, according to Official update portal The company has set up a recent effort to try and help deliver faster and more transparently, the specific package is available from January 21st!
It is coming to our attention now, however, that no one has really made any fuss over this topic. Until the senior moderator at the Motorola Community Forum confirms that they are downloading it on their Moto G Pro unit.
A screenshot of the update screen for the 1.1GB package also appeared on Reddit. It claims to be part of the January 2021 Security Patches Payload.
There is no detailed changelog yet, but users can definitely expect all the new features that come mainly with Android 11. New conversations, bubbles and media and device controls, such as one-time permissions and a built-in screen recorder, to name a few. You can go to our side Android 11 review For more information.
While Motorola has been great looking at its Android 11 update efforts, getting the Moto G Pro package a bit awkward at first, the company said on all models Officially promised Eventually Android 11 will run. The only schedule provided for the rollout is: “Beginning in the coming months, partner support is pending”.
A closer look at the Moto G Pro reveals that it is part of Google’s Android One program. This definitely explains the Android 11 delivery. Plus, even though it’s actually the same device, the US Moto G Stylus Not updated yet. The second is not an Android One device.
Motorola’s new desktop mode is coming with its Android 11 update
Of course, remembering some of Motorola’s other promises for additional features intended to be shipped with Android 11 (non-Android One version, ie) Desktop mode and TV interface The wide Android 11 update for more models has dampened our hopes that the rollout is just around the corner. Here we hope Motorola will prove us wrong.