Motorola begins its first stable Android 10 update for a surprisingly old mid-ranger
Motorola has been awfully quiet about its plans to bring official Android 10 updates to its extensive lineup of mid-range and... upper mid-range smartphones, but shortly after releasing the feature-packed and exceptionally affordable One Hyper in the US with the newest OS version pre-loaded, the company is apparently delivering the same software goodie pack over-the-air to the One Power.
the notched 6.2-incher was never commercially released stateside. It also seems odd of the US-based company to prioritize a 2018 device with a Snapdragon 636 processor under the hood over newer and faster One-series models like the Vision, Action, or Zoom, but then again, Motorola One Power users were allowed to enlist in an official Android 10 beta program last month, so this stable rollout isn't exactly coming out of nowhere.If this particular member of the Motorola One family doesn't ring a bell, that might be because
Besides, this was Motorola's first handset upgraded to Android 9.0 Pie last year as well, beating the "regular" Motorola One that's also available in the US to the punch. In case you're wondering, India is the only region where we know for sure the stable Android 10 delivery has started for the One Power on December 10. To avoid wide-scale issues, Motorola is taking a "staged approach", planning to bring the latest UI revisions and performance enhancements to all One Power devices in India (and presumably, other markets too) by January 10, 2020.
As the name suggests, this is an Android One phone, which means Motorola will likely keep its proprietary tweaks and "optimizations" to a minimum, rolling out a squeaky clean and silky smooth Android 10 update. Of course, the same goes for the likes of the Motorola One Action, One Vision, and original Motorola One (but not the One Macro or One Zoom), so it remains to be seen which one of these will become the brand's second device brought up to date and when.