Motorola has started rolling out the Android 11 update to the Motorola One Action. The company hasn’t officially announced the rollout but a senior executive from the customer support staff has confirmed it. Responding to a user’s query on the company’s forums, the executive said the device is picking up the new update in Brazil.
The Senior MotoAgent named Rich didn’t reveal any other details about the update. Motorola also has yet to update its official software update tracker to reflect the rollout. However, it should now be only a matter of time before the company officially announces the rollout and expands the availability of the new software for the Motorola One Action to other territories.
Motorola One Action gets Android 11
The Motorola One Action was launched with Android 9 Pie in August 2019. The mid-ranger featured a 6.3-inch LCD screen, an Exynos 9609 SoC with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and a triple rear camera setup. It received the Android 10 update in April last year.
In January this year, Motorola started soak testing Android 11 for the phone in some regions. Now, the latest version of the Android OS has officially arrived for the mid-ranger. Since the Lenovo-owned company only offers two major Android OS updates to its midrange phones, this should be the last major update for the Motorola One Action.
We don’t have a changelog handy to confirm the contents of the Android 11 update for the Motorola One Action. However, it should pack all the goodies that are part and parcel of the latest Android iteration. Those include one-time permissions, support for chat bubbles, notification history, and a refreshed UI.
There are also some tweaks and add-ons from Motorola. The company has added features like Moto Audio, Moto Gametime, and Moto Display to its phones with Android 11. Moto Audio enables your phone to automatically identify the type of media you’re playing as well as the output device and adjusts the sound for that experience.
Moto Gametime, as the name suggests, is a gaming feature that gives users access to additional features while playing games. Those include the ability to block notifications and calls, disable adaptive brightness, and block edge display. Last but not least, Moto Display gives you a sneak peek of your notifications, even when the display is off. Hopefully, most of these features will make it into the Motorola One Action as well. If you own this device, be on the lookout for a new update in the coming days.