As the name suggests, the Motorola One mid-range handset family started out as a proud participant in Google’s Android One program. Launched in 2014, it was supposed to accelerate the development of major new operating system updates by loading a “pure” Android experience on phones like the 5.9 inch in 2018 Motorola One.
But while the business The very first device to be officially promoted on Android 10 was a member of the Motorola One range more than four months ago, the owners of the aforementioned 5.9-inch OG found themselves waiting inexplicably long to get the chance to savor the latest Google software.
Unfortunately, other regional web pages like this may leave Motorola One users in a depressed state, reminding them of the most recent major update in countries like the United States or India took place all the way back in December 2018, bringing the now ancient flavor of Android pie to the table.
Admittedly, it’s by no means a power plant, and it never seemed like a very smart buy at a list price of $ 400 with a notched screen sporting a modest resolution of 1520 x 720 pixels, a mediocre Snapdragon 625 processor under the hood and an unimpressive 13 + 2MP dual camera system slapped on the back.
Quite hilariously, the phone is still available in the United States … at its regular price, but even if we assumed that the deployment of Android 10 would spread quickly from Brazil to the United States (which could well s (prove to be the case), you should definitely look at spending your money on something else. Meanwhile, existing Motorola One owners may be … relieved that their wait is finally over very soon.