June 04, 2019: The latest June 2019 security update details have been published by Motorola U.S. and Motorola UK. Although the OTA is still elusive for either country’s variant, these developments mean that the rollout is imminent.
Note that this has so far been confirmed for the standard Moto One, but the Power variant should get a similar treat soon, too.
April 04, 2019: The Moto One and Moto One Power are among the first non-Google Pixel devices to receive the support for Call Screen feature. The two companies have confirmed this deal, which will arrive on the Android One powered devices soon via a software update.
We had already bumped into a hint that suggested the phone will indeed get this feature, so it doesn’t come as a surprise. Also, it’s possible that the Moto One duo might also receive support for Google Duplex in the coming days or weeks for that matter.
Original article below:
For a moment, Android One seemed like a gone case, but when HMD Global decided to go full-in with the program, other vendors started getting serious about it, including Motorola. In the Moto One and Moto One Power, we have the second-generation Android One devices from the Lenovo-owned company and like their predecessor, they are indeed living up to what this program is all about – timely software updates.
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Moto One software update timeline
|Date||Software version version||Changelog|
|04 June 2019||Android 9 Pie||June 2019 security patch (UK)|
|31 May 2019||Android 9 Pie||June 2019 security patch|
|06 May 2019||Android 9 Pie||May 2019 security patch in the U.S.|
|11 Apr 2019||Android 9 Pie||April 2019 security patch|
|26 Feb 2019||Android 9 Pie||March 2019 security patch|
|31 Jan 2019||Android 9 Pie||February 2019 security patch|
|28 Dec 2018||Android 9 Pie||January 2019 security patch|
|20 Dec 2018||Android 9 Pie||December 2018 security patch, bug fixes, and improved stability of the phone|
Moto One Android Q update
- Eligible for Android Q update
- The stable version may arrive in Q4 2019
Both the Moto One and One Power devices have received their first major OS upgrade to Android 9 Pie. Being Android One devices, the duo is guaranteed to get a second OS upgrade to Android Q, but we don’t have a release date yet.
Still, the fact that they are Android One phones mean the update to Q could arrive before the end of 2019.
Related: Motorola Android 9 Pie update news
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