Moto G 5G Plus is now receiving the Android 11 in Brazil

Motorola has announced Android 11 for its Moto G 5G Plus. This smartphone was launched last year in the summer and now receiving the software update to the latest Android version in Brazil

Earlier, we were witnessing news on new smartphone releases. Every company was either launching their new flagships or just hinting to release soon. And now we are hearing news about software updates these mobile phone manufacturers are rolling out.

Similar news came out from Motorola when it announced Android 11 for its Moto G 5G Plus. This smartphone was launched last year in the summer and now receiving the software update to the latest Android version in Brazil, which is one of Motorola’s most important markets.

The new update arrives with build number RPN31.Q4U-39-27-5 and has the February 2021 security patches (which isn’t very exciting for the users). The update is a 1GB download and brings many cool features with the Android 11.

Like always, the dispatch would be sent out in portions. So if you haven’t received the update as of now, you may have to wait a little more to get it. For markets outside Brazil, they may have to wait even more.

It is also worth mentioning that before the Moto G5G Plus could get the update, the Moto G Pro, Moto G8, Moto G8 Power, and the Moto Edge devices have already received this update.

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