Motorola took the wraps off the Moto One Vision a few days ago, becoming the first from the company with not only a hole-punch display screen but also a 21:9 aspect ratio that Moto calls CinemaVision.
The phone is available for pre-orders in the UK priced at £269 and shipping begins on June 1st. But even before this day arrives, Motorola UK has already published release notes for an upcoming software update for the device, the first it will receive.
As per the changelog, the first Moto One Vision software update will bring the latest May 2019 security patch, a new version for the camera app that tags along improvements to Bokeh effect and stability of the camera, as well as fixes for face unlock authentication feature.
As usual, the update will also include changes that fix bugs and improve system-wide stability of your device. Of course, the rollout will begin once the device becomes available later this month.
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