Motorola’s user interface is one of the closest to Android Pure, but for some reason, the manufacturer is the least updated and takes the longest time for Android. Even the most expensive phones come out of the box with the promise of a software update and a two-year monthly security update.
It is therefore not surprising that Motorola is not the first Motorola to get Android 11, the only flagship launched by the company in recent years. The first to be awarded the most recent version of Google’s small robot is the Moto G Pro, which has not arrived in Brazil (yet).
Motorola was already released in late November, List of eligible smartphones for Android 11, But without a fixed date for each cell phone to be updated. And, first of all, Moto G Pro has received Android 11 in the UK, according to a report by Punicaveb.
The update, of course, brings all the functions present in the Google operating system, such as chat bubbles, control of smart devices, screen recorders, new media controls in Quick Settings, among other things. The January security package is also present and the size of the update is 1.13 GB. Notably, the Moto G Pro is part of the Android One program, which offers two major operating system updates.
The update is being launched in batches via OTA, so getting Android 11 should take some time for users in other regions. To update, you need to follow the following path: Settings / System / Advanced / System Update. In the United States, the Moto G Pro is known as the Moto G Stylus, but this version is not included in the Android One program.