Motorola starts rolling out Android 10 to the Motorola One Vision
After rolling out stable Android 10 to the Motorola One Power last month, Lenovo-owned Motorola is now bringing the latest version of Android to its mid-range smartphone, the Motorola One Vision. The company has begun rolling out the stable OTA to One Vision owners in Brazil. According to the Motorola Brazil software support page, the company kicked off the staged software rollout of Android 10 on January 6, 2020, and that all One Vision units should receive the update by February 6.
The Android 10 update carries build number QSA30.62-24, and it also packs in the January 2020 security patches. As for what to expect from the new software, Android 10 brings along many exciting features and improvements to the table including the much-requested system-wide dark mode, a new gesture navigation system, Focus mode, Live Caption support, revamped permissions and much more.
If you haven’t received the update yet, you can head to Settings > System > System updates to see if it’s available for you. Motorola hasn’t revealed yet when it will bring Android 10 to other regions such as India, the UK, and European markets, however, given the roll-out is already underway in Brazil, we presume it shouldn’t take too long.
The Motorola One Vision was launched back in May last year with Android 9 Pie running out of the box. It’s a mid-range device featuring a 6.3-inch punch-hole display with a 21:9 aspect ratio, Exynos 9609 octa-core SoC, a 48MP rear camera and a 25MP front shooter, 3,500mAh battery and 128GB of onboard storage. The phone also has Motorola’s “M” batwing logo imprinted within the fingerprint sensor, giving it some personality despite its modest appearance. The highlight point of the device was definitely its 21:9 aspect ratio display, which made the phone pleasant for video consumption in that format. You can read more about the Motorola One Vision in our hands-on.