Moto G8 Plus has allegedly begun receiving Android 10 upgrade, as Motorola began rolling out the most recent version of the operating system (OS) to call units in Spain and Brazil. When started back in October last year, the Moto G8 Plus arrived with Android Pie 9.0. The new update brings a host of new features, for instance, much-needed July security patch. Motorola reportedly plans to upgrade each of its mid-range handsets using Android 10 ahead of the launching of Android 11, believed to see a public launch on September 8.
Since reported from YTECHB, Moto G8 Plus users in Spain and Brazil have started getting the latest Android 10 update. The report also said that some users stated getting the upgrade on social networking.
Moto G8 Plus Android 10 update changelog
With construct number QPI30.28-Q3-28, the update fixes before bugs and offered several new features. These include several improvements to the machine, along with an improved system-wide dark mode. Some of its other notable features include focus manner and full-screen navigation gestures. The Android 10 upgrade for Moto G8 Plus also comes with the latest July 2020 security patch.
While rolling out in Spain and Brazil only as of now, it’s expected that Motorola will soon begin sending out Android 10 upgrades in other significant countries as well. Still another report from GSMArena claims that India was expected to get a soak test of this upgrade last week, leading to speculations that Moto G8 Plus users here may also begin getting the finalised build soon.
Android 11 public launch date (tentative)
It helped Android 11 attain the Platform Stability milestone, meaning that each of the behaviors and APIs contained in the new OS are finalised. Expected for a launch in the next quarter, Google has begun asking developers to upgrade their programs to target Android 11.
Though an official launch date has not been announced yet, Google seems to have revealed the tentative public launch of Android 11 stable update at its”Hey Google” Smart Home Summit earlier this month. In the demonstration, Google added a slide that showcased a”Checklist for September 8th Android 11 launch.”
Since Android 10 has been launched in September this past year, it’s anticipated that its second version may see a similar release date this season.