Motorola One Power Starts Receiving Android 9.0 Pie OTA Update in India

Motorola One Power
Motorola One Power

Motorola Launched its One Power smartphone in India last month for Rs. 15,999 and now the smartphone maker has announced the Android 9.0 Pie OS to the same device as it was promised. Motorola also promised the Android Q update to the One Power smartphone and three years of security updates from the initial global launch. The new update will bring support for dual SIM VoLTE along with improvements in the camera performance and also better low-light images in panorama.

The update also brings a new UI along with a redesigned Quick Settings and dual-screen mode. There are other changes like simplified volume controls, improved Do Not Disturb mode and Quick Settings. Moreover, the Android Pie updates bring in many new features which uses machine learning algorithms. The Adaptive Battery the software on the device understands which are the most frequently used applications on the device and restrain the apps running on the background to save the battery life.

Coming to the Moto One Power specs list, the handset comes with a 6.2-inch Full HD+ touchscreen display with an aspect ratio of 19:9 and to power it there is a Qualcomm powered Snapdragon 636 SoC with eight cores coupled with 4 GB of RAM. The onboard memory is 64GB which can be extended further up to a maximum of 256GB via MicroSD card slot. Moreover, there is a big 5000mAh battery on the device with TurboPower charging technology.

Out of the box, the device came with Android 8.1 Oreo operating system and has a 16MP main camera sensor on the rear along with a 5MP secondary camera with LED flash, On the front, the company has provided a 12MP selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture size. Did you receive the update? If the answer is no, you can always go to the setting of the smartphone and do it manually from the about phone section > About Phone. Now download the update and install it on the phone and make sure the charge is more than 60 percent. Comment in the section below and stay tuned to Phone Radar for more.

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