After bringing the updates to the flagship devices, Motorola has started rolling out the Android 11 update for the Moto G 5G Plus.
Moto G 5G Plus launched in July 2020 with Android 10 out of the box. Months after Google’s official announcement, the Android 11 operating system is now being rolled out to users of the device in Brazil. An update with firmware version RPN31.Q4U-39-27-5 with a download size of 1.08 GB is being deployed.
The update brings Android 11 features like chat notifications, chat bubbles, a built-in screen recorder, media controls in the Quick Settings panel, smart device controls, and more. Along with this, the update also brings the February 2021 security patch to the Moto G 5G Plus.
Motorola revealed the list of devices eligible to get the Android 11 update in December. After that, the Moto G Pro was surprisingly the first to get it. Going back to the present day, the company has so far updated devices such as Motorola Edge + (Verizon), Moto G8 & G8 Power, and Motorola Edge.
Coming back, this firmware version is only for the dual SIM variant of the Moto G 5G Plus with the model number XT2075-3-DS. Therefore, users in other regions will have to wait until Motorola officially expands the rollout.
We don’t know if the device will get the next Android 12 from now on, but we can expect security patches from Motorola. For now, if you are in Brazil, you can access Settings> System> Advanced> System update to discover the new update.
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