The Lenovo owned company Motorola have had its own ups and downs. But it all changed when Motorola introduced a new series in Asian markets, the One Power. The Motorola One Power launched in India last month for just ₹15,999 ($222). The device goes head-to-head with Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 5 Pro, Xiaomi Mi A2, and the Nokia 6.1 Plus.
The One Power is an Android One device, and Motorola promised security updates for three years from the global launch date. Motorola also promised the Android P and the Android Q updates in the future. Now, the Android Pie update for the phone has started rolling out in India.
The Android Pie changelog mentions improved battery life, along with other Android Pie stock features. The update also brings an improved Do Not Disturb mode, Dual VoLTE support for both SIM slots. Improved camera performance is also mentioned in the changelog.
The Android PIe rollout has started in India and will reach all the users in the coming days.