The Moto G 5G Plus has been launched in Europe last summer, a new Motorola bet in the range of 5G phones. Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve seen how various phones from the brand have finally gotten the update to Android 11 stably. Now it’s the turn of this device as well.
Motorola has already started with rollout of the update to Android 11 for this Moto G 5G Plus. This is a stable update for this device, which should be available to all users of this phone over the next few weeks.
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Deploy this update to Android 11 It started in Brazil, as usual for the brand. It is launched first for the XT2075-3-DS version of the device, which is the version with dual SIM in Brazil. The update carries the serial number RPN31.Q4U-39-27-5, as is already known.
This update for the Moto G 5G Plus has a weight of 1.08 GB and it also comes with the February security patch. Due to the weight of this update, users are recommended to install it using WiFi connectivity. It is already being launched via an OTA in the country, while waiting for it to reach more markets.
Thanks to this update, the Moto G 5G Plus receive a lot of news: notification history, notification bubbles, programmable dark mode, one-off permissions, the new quick settings panel with the media device control panel, the new stop sign, some interface changes and more.
Users in Europe with this device will have to wait a few more weeks for this update to Android 11. It is being rolled out via an OTA, so when it becomes available you will receive a notification to proceed with its installation on your device.
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