Motorola is rolling out Android 11 for its Motorola Razr 5G, which is the second foldable device by the company.
The company joined the foldable series along with Samsung when it introduced the second generation of Razr phone, with 5G connectivity.
Besides 5G, the company also worked on several hardware aspects of the phone to make it an actual first-generation Motorola Razr should have been.
After making the improvements, the company launched the Motorola Razr 5G with Android 10 in September 2020. And now almost after 6 months, the smartphone is receiving the Android 11 update.
According to a source, this Android 11 update is live for the Dual SIM variant of the Motorola Razr 5G in Japan with model number XT2071-4-DS. and build number RPS31.Q1-40-17-12.
The update will be available for the Motorola Razr 5G dual-SIM variants in Japan via OTA in batches, which means that the update will not be available for every device right away.
User can check for the update by heading over to Settings, followed by About Phone, and then to System Updates. Here, you can update to Android 11.
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