Moto One Zoom and Z3 Play starts receiving January Security Patch


Lenovo-owned Motorola has become a little lazy in bringing Android 10 updates for the respective devices, but the security patches are intact for most of the smartphones. The company has started rolling out the January security patch for Moto One Zoom and Moto Z3 Play.

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Moto One Zoom and Z3 Play Update details

The new update features all the security enhancements and major fixes to improve the overall security.  The Moto Z3 Play arrives with firmware version PPWS29.131-27-1-18, whereas the Moto One Zoom receives the latest security patch with the version number PPHS29.59-49-5.

However, the users were expecting an Android 10 update, but now they have to wait for some more time. According to a recent report, the Moto One Zoom was seen running Android 10 in the Wi-Fi Alliance certification last year.

On the other hand, Motorola is yet to bring Android 10 on the majority of its devices.

The Moto Z3 Play and Moto One Zoom users can switch to a WiFi network before downloading the latest update. It may help you to save some carrier costs. The users can head over to the Settings>About Phone to manually check for the update.

Moto Z3 Play and One Zoom Specs

Moto Z3 Play was launched in 2018 and packed a Snapdragon 636 chipset, 6.01-inch display, 4/6GB RAM and a dual rear camera. The Motorola One Zoom packs a 6.39-inch display, Snapdragon 675 chipset, and a quad-rear camera module.

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