Back in December 2020, Motorola released a list of devices that will be updated to Android 11. However, the company did not reveal when these phones will be getting the update. In late January, Moto G Pro became the first smartphone from the firm to get the Android 11 update. Now, over one and a half months later, two more Motorola handsets have started receiving the latest Android update.
The same report says that the Lenovo-owned company had actually kickstarted the Android 11 soak testing (beta program) for these phones back in November itself. That means it took the firm around four months to deliver the stable update.
Anyway, the update is here now. Since both these handsets run a common software build, the Motorola Moto G8 and Moto G8 Power Android 11 stable arrives with build number RPE31.Q4U-47-35 and February 2021 security patches.
As of now, like any other new OTA update, this one is also being seeded out in batches. Hence, it is only available for select users in Colombia. However, it should be available for more users as well as in other regions in the coming days.
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