Motorola One Fusion+, Motorola Edge, and Moto G7 Power Android 10 kernel source code are now available
Motorola has a fantastic track record when it comes to publishing the kernel source code for the smartphones they sell. The Lenovo-owned brand also regularly refreshes its official GitHub repository with updated kernel source code packages corresponding to new Android software builds alongside the relevant commit history. The kernel sources of two recently launched Motorola phones, the Motorola One Fusion+ and the Motorola Edge, are now up for grabs. The company has also released the kernel source code for the Moto G7 Power’s Android 10 update.
Motorola One Fusion+
The Motorola One Fusion+ (code-name “liber”) packs in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chip and a 6.5-inch Total Vision display with full HD+ resolution and HDR10 support. This mid-range Moto phone runs Android 10 out of the box, and it features a 64MP primary camera, a massive 5,000mAh battery, and a dedicated Google Assistant button. The latest software version for this phone is QPI30.73-16-5-2, while the initial version of the kernel source is based on a slightly older build (QPI30.73-16-5).
Unlike the One Fusion+, the Motorola Edge is a 5G capable device, thanks to the Snapdragon 765 SoC. The kernel source code for the “Plus” variant of the Motorola Edge (code-name “burton”) was released about a month ago, and now we have the package ready for the regular model (code-name “racer”) as well.
Moto G7 Power
Alongside these releases, Motorola has also published updated kernel sources for the Moto G7 Power (code-name “ocean”). The company originally released the Android Pie-based kernel source code for this phone back in February of 2019. The new release, on the other hand, corresponds to the Android 10 update for the Moto G7 Power that came out a few months ago.