Motorola isn’t known for being quick with updates as compared to other OEMs. However, the company has already shipped out the stable Android 11 update to a handful of its flagships. Now, the Verizon-based Motorola Moto G Power units in the USA are joining the Android 11 update party.
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The current software update provides the most up to date security patches for your device, provides enhancements to video calling, and an upgrade to the latest Android 11 Operating System.
Android OS 11
OS 11 is optimized for how you use your phone. Say hello to new and improved powerful device controls, easier ways to manage conversations, privacy settings, and so much more slated for your Motorola smartphone. So what’s new on Android 11 on your Motorola smartphone?
- Manage Conversations
Better communicate with the people in your life with Conversations and Chat Bubbles. See, respond to, and control your conversations across multiple messaging apps. All in the same spot. Then select people you always chat with. These priority conversations show up on your lock screen. So you never miss anything important.
- Control Connected Devices in One Place
Simple, streamlined device and media controls allow new ways to control your compatible connected devices. Set the temperature to chill, then dim your lights. All from a single spot on your phone. Just long-press the power button to see and manage your connected devices. Making life at home that much easier.
- Your Data, In Control
Decide how and when your data is shared by setting one-time permissions and other new features. Give one-time permissions to apps that need your mic, camera, or location. The next time the app needs access, it must ask for permission again.
As mentioned, presently only Verizon variants of Moto G Power are grabbing the Android 11 OS. The company will probably soon release it to other countries as well.
As usual, the build is rolling out in a phase-wise manner, if you can’t hold on you can also track it manually via the Settings app > Software Update > Download and Install.