Motorola rolls an Android 10 build out to beta users of the One Power
The One Power is among the first of its relatively new Motorola smartphone series. It is a 4GB device with a mid- to low-end Snapdragon processor. However, it could easily retain its cachet by upholding an appreciable record of Android updates. Now, it appears the OEM intends to deliver on this potential plus-point for owners of this phone.
A new beta update containing possibly crucial software upgrades, along the lines of that for the Nokia 9 PureView and some of its older siblings, has reportedly emerged for the Motorola One Power. However, a user may need to become a member of the Motorola Feedback Network (MFN) for their device and region before they can access it.
As Motorola's skin for Android has a remarkable historical transparency, One Power owners who have gone in for this access may find the new closed update contains such features as a true system-wide dark mode and rather different gesture-based navigation. However, it has been reported that Google Pay fails on this current Android 10 build (QPT30.52-2 for the One Power). In addition, it contains month-old October 2019 security patches.