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Moto One gets updates – not just updates in November, but also Android 9.0 Pie!

I do not hide: I wanted to publish a Motorola Moto One overview today. But I will not do it. I'm not going to do this, because Motorola has just released Android Update to a new version – 9.0 Pie, it should also check if it has changed and compared to Android 8.1 Oreo. The update is of course available in Poland for free-sale models.

Moto One is a device that covers Android One program, which means that the software update is guaranteed three years after being released on the market. Quite interesting (maybe, perhaps unnecessary) is the fact that this model was sold with older Android, and we did not wait for a very brief update for Pity update. I will remind you that Moto One debuted on the last day of August and sold it in Poland just over a month later.

Whatever it was, we finally got a new version of the Moto One system. From now on, the smartphone is running Android 9.0 Pie, and Android patches come from November. The new version of the software is marked with a number PPK29.68-16-8.

Remember this – as standard – devices are updated with waves, so if your devices do not indicate an update, this means that this state will soon change. You can also check manually if your Pie is no longer waiting (settings -> system -> system updates).

So, one of the current negatives of Moto One can be cut off from the list. Considering that this is a smartphone that costs thousands of zloty (it's interesting, just a month after the prime minister stood for a hundred zloty), the disadvantages are not as much as you'd expect. The surprising is the standard dual SIM, USB type C, 3.5mm audio jack and NFC, while the biggest drawback … is the screen resolution – only HD +.

But soon you will read more in my review of Moto One. If you have any questions – continue!

Thank you for Dariusz, who sent us data and pictures in e-mail!

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