Moto G6 Plus scores Android 9.0 Pie update, standard G6 could be next in line
The Moto X4 and Motorola One have slowly expanded their official Android 9.0 rollouts to include the US, and while Moto Z3 users are still waiting for their stable slice of Pie, the Moto G6 Plus just got a lengthy changelog on the company’s India-specific support webpage.
First noticed by an eagle-eyed Redditor, these Android 9.0 Pie release notes are awfully detailed, listing every little thing about to change on the mid-range Moto G6 Plus.
We’re talking new gesture-based intuitive navigation, an improved Do Not Disturb mode, colorful settings menu, longer battery life, revamped split screen, redesigned Quick Settings, simplified volume controls, an easier way to manage notifications “and more.” Much more. Also, December 1 security patches.
What we don’t have just yet is the actual size of this over-the-air download, but unlike the regular Moto G6, the G6 Plus caters to digital hoarders with 64 gigs of internal storage and up. We also don’t know if the official Android Pie rollout is underway (and where) or if it’s supposed to kick off soon.