Motorola started sending the Android 11 update towards the end of last month from the Motorola G Pro.
Usually, OEMs release major updates for their flagship products before the mid-range models. However, Motorola has not followed this trend since its flagships – Motorola Edge and Edge + – have yet to pack the new version of Android.
The two aforementioned smartphones from the company belonging to Lenovo come with Android 10 preinstalled and therefore eligible for the update to Android 11 and possibly Android 12.
Motorola revealed a list of eligible devices for Android 11 in December of last year, but did not disclose any details regarding the availability of the update.
Hence, users don’t know when they will get the latest version of Android on their Motorola devices.
Now, thanks to Fido, that is no longer the case. The Canadian carrier has emphasized that it will ship Android 11 to the Motorola Edge + on March 23.
The information was shared through the regularly updated operating system update schedule by Fido. We’ve shared a screenshot of it below:
Previously, no details were available regarding the availability of Android 11 for the Motorola Edge +.
It’s also worth pointing out that the update could go live before March 23, as most Android vendors, including Motorola, typically release software updates in Europe or Asia before the Canadian market or American.
Motorola is currently testing the new version of Android on a few devices such as the Motorola One Vision, One Hyper, and One Action.
Therefore, we should see these qualifying Motorola devices, as well as others, start receiving the Android 11 update in the coming weeks or months.
In the meantime, be sure to check out our dedicated tracker for the Android 11 status for all of the company’s smartphones.
NOTE: There are more stories like this in our dedicated Motorola section, so be sure to browse that as well.
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