Lenovo’s Motorola Smartphone brand is still one of the preferred Android devices and has been striving hard to stand the competition in the Android market. With new Chinese OEMs like Xiaomi, Realme, Huawei, etc. that keep updating devices for better user experience, Motorola has also initiated a program – Android One.
The Android One program aims to serve faster Security and other updates to the users. Android One from Google that offers 2 major updates of Android and security updates for three years, this has been initiated well by Motorola now. This can be clearly seen with what’s going on with the Android One Action which is an Android One powered device.
The Motorola Android One Action is now receiving the October 2019 Security Patch which certainly is real quick. The Motorola One Action was launched a few months ago featuring a 21:9 aspect ratio display, Android 9 Pie, punch-hole selfie camera, Samsung Exynos processor, and so on.
Motorola One Action gets October 2019 Security Update. With the 5G being initiated in many of the parts of the world and great changes in the working of OEMs, it wouldn’t be too much to expect out of a company like Motorola that is in its competing phase. There has been a word by the Motorola Global Marketing official regarding the initiation of the premium 5G smartphones.
What to Consider while Downloading?
We recommend you to download this update over a reliable WiFi connection and with a battery of over 50%. A complete back up of your device is always good to be done. You can manually download or check the OTA Update by going to the Settings> System > Advanced> System Updates.
In case you are looking for a way to verify the security update, you can always go to the Settings> About Phone. Here you can get the Android version, Build Number and Baseband version of the device. Check if these all match with the latest details of the update. If yes, then go ahead and download it.
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