Android 12 reaches the Motorola Moto G200 in Europe
Motorola had announced a plan to upgrade 30 of its smartphones to Android 12. Now, it has made more progress toward this goal with an update for the Moto G200, which launched at a reasonable €450 price-point despite having a high-end Snapdragon 888+ processor and a 144Hz display.
This non-Chinese version of the Edge S30 has also started to exhibit some of the latest Android features Motorola has to offer, a Privacy Dashboard, Flip to DND and a re-designed notification shade included. They are accessible via the OTA being pushed to G200 units from now, albeit in just 1 region thus far.
It may be found under System Updates in the Settings > System > Advanced menu. However, for crafty, impatient G200 users, Motorola also provides a Rescue and Smart Assistant Tool that allows a user to flash new or replacement hardware to their phone using a PC.
Either way, this major systems upgrade (or S1RX32.50-13 firmware) is reportedly only available for the XT2175-1-DS variant of the Moto G200 located in Europe thus far. However, it may also be sent to units in the UK and Latin America over the next few weeks.