Motorola released Moto One Hyper in January 2020 powered by Android 10 paired with Snapdragon 675. A year later the Lenovo-owned firm started testing Android 11 for the device. Now, after three months, the smartphone seems to have covered the trial phase as it is boarding the stable Android 11 update.
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The new build for Moto One Hyper carries the firmware version RPF31.Q1-21-20. Also, it brings the March 2021 Android security patch along with several enhancements. The package will obviously indulge the Android 11 attributes say, chat bubbles, native screen recorder, smart media and device control, one-time permissions, and much more.
On top of this, the Chinese giant is tossing it with animation improvements, Moto Gametime, Moto Audio, and equalizer. Moreover, the firmware might also bear some internal enhancements and extra features for the device.
However, as per reports, the update is live only in Brazil right now, but it is expected to hit other regions soon. If you own Moto One Hyper in Brazil, the build will hit your device at any moment via a pop-up notification. Alternatively, you can check the update manually by heading to phone Settings -> About -> Software update -> Check for update -> Download and install.
Motorola One Hyper Specifications
The smartphone packs a 6.5-inch display powered by Android 10 out of the box. It is fueled by Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 paired with 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage which is expandable via a microSDXC card slot. At the rear, Moto One Hyper holds a 64MP primary and 8MP ultrawide lens while the front houses a Motorized pop-up 32MP shooter.