At the end of last year, Motorola through its official blog listed Motorola Edge+ among other devices to be eligible for the Android 11 update. The company promised two major updates for the smartphone after it faced criticism for only one software update. In mid-Jan, Motorola Edge+ was spotted at Wi-Fi Alliance with Android 11. However, it was not sure when the OS will release. Well! the doubt seems to be clear, at least for Verizon holders.
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The update bears the build number RPB31.Q1-19-19-11-2. The new OS optimize device performance, resolve known issues faced by Motorola Edge+ users, and applies the latest March 2021 security patch.
There is no such official changelog revealed by the Lenovo owned company but as mentioned, the update is rolled out by Verizon, and it brings all the attributes typically carried by Android 11 such as Chat Bubbles, in-built screen recorder, smart notification, and conversation management, revamped media controls, device controls, new themes, new permission settings, and much more.
Motorola Edge+ was launched last year at the end of Q1 with Android 10 (upgradable to Android 11) coupled with Snapdragon 865 chipset and Adreno 650 GPU. The phone features an OLED 6.7-inch display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection.
For shooting purposes, Motorola Edge+ offers a 108 MP rear camera with an 8 MP wide telephoto, 16 MP ultrawide, and a TOF 3D depth lens. For selfies, the smartphone carries a punch hole at the top left corner which houses a 25 MP wide shooter.
The device offers a single storage option of 256GB 12GB RAM with no expandable memory. What backs the mobile is its 5000 mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging and fast wireless charging of 15W.